A brief introductory video (4:07) that covers the five steps of practicing evidence-based medicine. Courtesy of Allison Piazza, Health Sciences Librarian at Seton Hall University.
Evidence-Based Information Sites
Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (Oxford University)
The Centre promotes evidence-based health care and provide support and resources to anyone who wants to make use of them. Includes the EBM Toolbox, an assortment of materials which are very useful for practitioners of EBM, and EBM Teaching Materials, including PowerPoint presentations.
EBM Toolbox (Knowledge Translation Program, Toronto)
Includes many resources for practicing and teaching EBM.
Evidence-Based Medicine (Duke University)
A selective list of additional EBM websites developed and maintained by Duke University Medical Center Library.
Users' Guides to Evidence-Based Practice (University of Alberta)
From the University of Alberta's Centre for Health Evidence. Includes the complete set of EBM Users' Guides originally published as a series in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Evidence-Based Medicine Tutorials
Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice
From Duke University Medical Center Library and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library & Knowledge Services.
SUNY Health Sciences Evidence-Based Medicine Course
From SUNY Downstate Medical Research Library of Brooklyn.