Best Practice supports the multi-disciplinary approach to medicine management.
BMJ Best Practice is the one of the world's most trusted* resources for day-to-day practice, used by multiprofessional care teams worldwide.
Within each topic we have treatment algorithms which list medication for patient groups and sub patient groups. Each drug and dosage in Best Practice is linked to an established formulary where you can find out more information on it's use, effects and contraindications.
A range of drug formularies are available with BMJ Best Practice including – British National Formulary; Martindale; or AHFS drug information.
With Best Practice you can:
- Have confidence in your clinical decisions with the very latest evidence and expert opinion, updated daily, and linked to international guidelines
- Quickly link from treatment options to detailed drug information on dosing, availability, formulations, side effects and contraindications
- Choose from a range of drug formularies - British National Formulary; Martindale; or AHFS drug information - or link to your institute’s local formulary
- Share information and discuss treatment options with patients using our accredited patient leaflets.
- Stay current and support your professional development. Record reading with automatic CME/CPD tracking to support revalidation and appraisals
- Available whenever and wherever you need it, with online, mobile and offline access via the Best Practice app.
*Best Practice was ranked equal first in an independent review of CDS tools for breadth of disease coverage, editorial quality, and evidence-based methodology. Read more