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Finding Evidence at the Point of Care with Jackie Phinney

Accessing evidence to support clinical practice can be time-consuming, so understanding the best mobile tools for fast, reliable information is crucial. While you may already have preferred methods for finding evidence at the point of care, it’s important to be aware of other products that are available to you when needing a second opinion or facing technical issues. By the end of this 45-minute session, you will understand: •The evidence surrounding point of care information tools (and why you should be cautious when relying on one tool alone) • Which high-quality point of care information tools are available to you (at no cost) from the Dalhousie Libraries • How to select a point of care information tool that fits your needs •The general process of creating an account and downloading mobile tools onto your device Mobile devices are not required for this session, but download instructions for our popular mobile apps will be provided in a handout and from a linked guide on the library website.


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