College registrants have access to the following evidence-based information tools to support clinical practice at the point of care. These tools are regularly updated with information from the latest research, reviews, and guidelines.
Point of care tools
|Comprehensive medical information with access to a core collection of textbooks, practice guidelines, patient education and multimedia resources.|
Fast and easy access to continuously-updated information for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of diseases.
For CME credits, click here.
|Medical information with access to textbooks, practice guidelines, patient education and multimedia resources.|
Featured ► The new Safe Prescribing document highlights literature vetted by the Prescription Review Program, with links and access options provided by the library.
Bugs & Drugs - Reference for management of infectious diseases and appropriate antimicrobial use. It is peer-reviewed, evidence-based, and frequently updated. Bugs & Drugs® is supported by the Do Bugs Need Drugs?® program and is funded in BC by the BC Ministry of Health, Pharmaceutical Services Division.
Mobile users – The website is adapted for use on mobile devices – please update your bookmarks. There is also an app available for iOS and Android for $14.99.
Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs Online - An evidence-based and user-friendly practical resource guide for health care practitioners working in any setting where psychotropic drugs are utilized. Click here for details of 'What's New' in the 22nd edition.
Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs for Children and Adolescents Online - Same information as the Clinical Handbook above, focusing on the needs of children and adolescents.
ClinicalKey: drug monographs (formerly MDConsult Gold Standard) - This link will direct to the ClinicalKey homepage. Select Drug Monographs from the drop-down menu in the main search box.
Martindale - Drug monographs with a global perspective. To access Martindale results, click here to run your search in BMJ Best Practice, and from your results choose the 'Drug database' link.
- eCPS - Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties. The Canadian standard for drug monographs.
- CTC - Compendium of Therapeutic Choices. Treatment options for more than 200 conditions, written by pharmacists and physicians.
- Lexi-Interact - Drug interaction analysis. Analyze and review possible drug interactions and find information discussing interaction prevention and management.
Systematic reviews of clinical effectiveness
CADTH - Provides evidence, analysis, advice and recommendations about medical devices technologies.
Cochrane DataBase of Systematic Reviews - Systematic reviews from the Cochrance Collaboration.
Clinical Evidence - Summaries of the current state of knowledge about the prevention and treatment of medical conditions.
PubMed Health - Reviews clinical effectiveness research, with full technical reports as well as easy-to-read summaries for consumers.