The Joanna Briggs Institute EBP database is a comprehensive range of resources including over 3,000 records across seven publication types:
Evidence Summaries — Literature reviews that summarize existing international literature on common healthcare interventions and activities
Evidence-Based Recommended Practices — Database of procedures that describe and/or recommend practice on various clinical topics
Best Practice Information Sheets — Series of information guideline sheets produced specifically for practicing health professionals
Systematic Reviews — Comprehensive systematic reviews of international research literature completed by trained JBI reviewers
Consumer Information Sheets — Standardized summaries designed just for consumers of healthcare (patients, clients, and care providers)
Systematic Review Protocols — Developed by the Collaborating Centers of JBI, which are made up of international experts from over 40 countries from a range of health disciplines
Technical Reports — Documentation of all aspects of the development of Best Practice Information Sheets
Beyond the Search: Maximizing the Quality of Systematic Reviews
Learn how librarians can maximize the quality of systematic reviews, plus tips on supporting researchers and clinicians, presented by Dr. Edoardo Aromataris PhD, Director of Synthesis Science, Joanna Briggs Institute.
PACES – Practical Application of Clinical Evidence
This comprehensive system consists of an online database for the collection of data on clinical activities based on the clinical audit process, a generic work plan related to getting research into practice and an online facility to compare results with the industry average.
SUMARI – System for the Unified Management and Review of Information
This comprehensive software suite has been developed to assist users on developing, conducting and reporting on systematic reviews of evidence related to the feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of health care interventions or professional activities.