JAMAevidence now available!

Christy Jarvis

Christy Jarvis
I can help you navigate the scholarly communication ecosystem, including: where to publish; how to comply with funder public access requirements; how to manage your scholarly profile, and measure your research impact. I provide instruction on author rights, copyright and Fair Use, and the ethical use of information. I am also responsible for the Eccles Library's collection of information resources, including books, journals, and databases.

The Eccles Library is excited to announce that JAMAevidence is now available to University of Utah faculty, staff, and students.

Do you teach Evidence Based Practice? Host a Journal Club?  Just want to learn more about EBP and critical appraisal?  Then, JAMAevidence is the tool for you!  It is designed to support learning and instruction in evidence-based practice and to support users in the systematic evaluation of the validity, importance, and applicability of health sciences research.  Available both on and off campus, JAMAevidence includes the full content of:

You’ll also find access to complementary resources that support EBP teaching and learning, such as:

Educational slide sets on specific EBP concepts and topics**
Interactive calculators including Therapy 2 by 2 Calculator, Risk Reduction Calculator, Number Needed to Treat Nomogram, etc.
Worksheets to support assessment of specific types of studies (therapy, qualitative, harm, etc.) and the information cycle**
Audio: monthly podcast series discussing key EBP topics; Existing audio library of 100+ podcasts

Want to learn more?  Check out this brief video tour.   If you would like one-on-one assistance with using JAMAevidence to support your curriculum, please contact the Library to schedule a consultation with one of our information experts.

** Access requires setting up a free MyAccess account