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JOURNAL CLUBJBI Journal Club: Journals for Evidence-Based Practice

Journals for evidence-based practice

Develop your critical appraisal skills by creating a personalized journal club through JBI Resources at the Evidence-Based Practice Network. By starting a journal club through JBI JOURNAL CLUB, you gain access to journals for evidence-based practice targeted to your specialty, as well as the opportunity to share information and ideas with other professionals.


• A simple checklist that outlines the steps to starting and maintaining a Journal Club.
• A range of eminent journals containing relevant, quality research articles.
• A critical appraisal tool to guide you confidently through the steps of critical appraisal for all types of research literature, including primary research, randomized control trials, qualitative research and systematic reviews.

Your JBI Journal Club can operate at the unit level, undergraduate and graduate levels, and specialist level or have an interdisciplinary focus. There are no educational requirements beyond the research focus of each specific club.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to keep up to date with the research in a very social and relaxed environment.

Please note: Purchase of this product will take you to JBI's website where you may be required to fill out a registration page to access your subscription/tool.

Purchase an annual subscription for $20.00.
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