The STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts system provides e-mail delivery and access to evidence-based medicine (EBM) information from current research of over 130 premier clinical journals. The STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts system works with McMaster University (McMaster PLUS) delivering pre-rated EBM alerts that are qualified, then rated for clinical relevance and newsworthiness by a panel of practicing physicians.
STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts offer a range of healthcare disciplines that can be chosen delivering relevant and meaningful EBM information focused on your healthcare interests, helping with your clinical decisions.
McMaster University is the birthplace of Evidence-Based Medicine. McMaster PLUS™ is a product of the McMaster Health Knowledge Refinery (HKR), a continuously updated source of current best research for evidence-informed clinical decisions. Original studies and systematic reviews from over 130 journals are critically appraised to identify those that are methodologically sound, and sound studies are then rated by clinicians for relevance and newsworthiness through the McMaster Online Rating of Evidence (MORE) system. The PLUS process
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| Am J Public Health || J Clin Nurs |
| Am J Respir Crit Care Med || J Clin Oncol |
| Am J Sports Med || J Clin Psychopharmacol |
| Anesth Analg || J Consult Clin Psychol |
| Anesthesiology || J Fam Pract |
| Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol || J Gen Intern Med |
| Ann Emerg Med || J Hand Surg [Am] |
| Ann Fam Med || J Hand Surg Eur Vol |
| Ann Intern Med || J Hand ther |
| Ann Neurol || J Infect Dis |
| Ann Rheum Dis || J Manipulative Physiol Ther |
| Ann Surg || J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry |
| Ann Thorac Surg || J Neurosurg |
| ANS Adv Nurs Sci || J Nurs Scholarsh |
| Appl Nurs Res || J Occup Rehabil |
| Arch Dermatol || J Orthop Sports Phys Ther |
| Arch Dis Child || J Orthop Trauma |
| Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed || J Pain |
| Arch Gen Psychiatry || J Pain Symptom Manage |
| Arch Intern Med || J Pediatr |
| Arch Neurol || J Pediatr Oncol Nurs |
| Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med || J Pediatr Orthop |
| Arch Phys Med Rehabil || J Pediatr Surg |
| Arch Surg || J Rheumatol |
| Arthritis Rheum || J Shoulder Elbow Surg |
| Arthritis Rheum: Arthritis Care Res || J Surg Educ |
| Arthroscopy || J Surg Oncol |
| Aust J Physiother || J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg |
| Birth || J Trauma |
| BJOG || J Vasc Surg |
| BMC Med || JAMA |
| BMJ || Kidney Int |
| Br J Gen Pract || Lancet |
| Br J Psychiatry || Lancet Neurol |
| Br J Surg || Lancet Oncol |
| Breast || Man Ther |
| Can J Anaesth || Mayo Clin Proc |
| Can J Gastroenterol || Med Care |
| Can J Nurs Res || Med J Aust |
| Can J Occup Ther || Midwifery |
| Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) || N Engl J Med |
| Cancer Nurs || Neurology |
| Cephalalgia || Nurs Res |
| Chest || Nutr J |
| Circulation || Obes Surg |
| Clin Chem || Obesity (Silver Spring) |
| Clin J Am Soc Nephrol || Obstet Gynecol |
| Clin J Pain || Oncol Nurs Forum |
| Clin Orthop Relat Res || Pain |
| Clin Rehabil || Pain Med |
| CMAJ || Patient Educ Couns |
| Cochrane Database Syst Rev || Pediatr Phys Ther |
| Crit Care Med || Pediatrics |
| Diabet Med || Pharmacotherapy |
| Diabetes Care || Phys Ther |
| Diabetes Obes Metab || PLoS Med |
| Eur Heart J || Prev Med |
| Eur J Pain || Psychosom Med |
| Evid Rep Technol Assess (Summ) || Qual Health Res |
| Fam Pract || Radiology |
| Foot Ankle Int || Res Nurs Health |
| Gastroenterology || Rheumatology (Oxford) |
| Gut || Soc Sci Med |
| Headache || Spine |
| Health Educ Behav || Spine J |
| Health Psychol || Stroke |
| Health Technol Assess || Thorax |
| Heart || Transplantation |
| Heart Lung || Urology |
| Int J Clin Pract || West J Nurs Res |
| Int J Nurs Stud || World J Surg |
| Int J Obes (Lond) |
The information contained in STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts, which is provided through McMaster Premium Literature Service (PLUS), is intended for healthcare professionals and is provided on an "as is" basis without warranty of any kind, express or implied.
STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts provides an educational service for practicing clinicians and providers, designed to alert them to important new research; however, we cannot warrant its accuracy. It is intended to support evidence-based decision making, by providing links to published research reports about the diagnosis, treatment, prediction and prognosis, etiology and economics of medical conditions. However, "evidence does not make decisions," and clinicians making decisions about the care of their patients must take into account the limitations of evidence from research as well as the unique nature of their patients' circumstances and wishes. Readers should also be aware that professionals in the field may have different opinions about the interpretation of evidence from research. Because of this fact and also because of regular advances in medical research, we strongly recommend that readers independently verify any information they choose to rely on. Ultimately it is the readers' responsibility to make their own professional judgments.
STAT!Ref Evidence Alerts attempts to provide access to the best new research of relevance for clinical practice and academic research in a variety of healthcare fields and subspecialties. It does not report all research but uses explicit criteria to define a subset of published research that is likely to be valid and ready for clinical attention in these disciplines. Practicing physicians then provide their assessments of the relevance and newsworthiness of the reports through an online review process, the McMaster Online Rating of Evidence (MORE). Individual clinicians who then receive these reviews must then apply their own judgment concerning the strength and applicability of this evidence to their own patients.
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