Sources of Primary Care Evidence That Practices Can Trust
Resource: Trusted Sources of Evidence (PDF, 287.5 KB, 3 pages)
Not all recommendations and guidelines are equally useful. This resource provides sources of evidence that primary care practices can trust. It aligns with Key Driver 1: Seek, select, and customize the best evidence for use by the practice by providing information sources that primary care practices can rely on when searching for current and new evidence to implement to provide the best possible care to patients.
Institution of origin: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Author(s): McNellis RJ, Brach C
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Acknowledgements: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality EvidenceNOW Initiative
Publication date: August 2018