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What are best sources for best practice guidlines. New to Family Practice trying to locate best resources for best practice. What do people use? Medsccape, Natl Clearinghouse? THANKS! What is easiest to access for best practice?
Yep...JNC 7 (someday JNC 8...), American College of Clinical Endocrinologists guidelines for diabetes management, ATP III, GOLD Report 2011, the Electronic Services Selector on the USPSTF website. Griffith's 5 Minute Clinical Consult is a good one for algorithms when you're seeing something (abnormal lab/exam results) and aren't sure the next step to take. I have epocrates and Medscape on my phone so I can look up meds and interactions quickly. We have Up-to-Date available at work and I use it for things I'm pretty much seeing for the first time and am haven't heard about since school.