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Point of Care Resources: What are Point of Care Resources?
clinicians who want to know more about how to use PoC tools to support their practice, and
educators and managers who want to promote these resources and help staff use them effectively
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Which Point of Care resource should I use?
Clinical Topics & Answers
Evidence-based clinical decision support for all health care staff written by physicians. Best for its: Breadth/depth of clinical topics, expert overviews and recommendations, easy to find related practice guidelines.
Evidence-based information to support nursing practice at the point of care. Best for its:Nursing focus, including: nursing considerations for each clinical topic, nursing care plans, patient teaching library.
Clinical Skills & Procedures
Step-by-step guidance, covering nursing, physical therapy, and respiratory therapy procedures and skills. Best for its:Clear skill checklists, procedures with images/videos, groupings by specialty settings.
Comprehensive drug information with several specialty collections and resources (Trissel's IV-Check, Briggs Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation, Martindale, ect.) Best for its:Patient information handouts, and specialty resources.
Comprehensive drug information and clinical decision support tools Best for its:Poisoning and toxicology resources
Authoritative resource that provides information on dietary supplements, natural medicines, and complementary alternative and integrative therapies. Best for its: Interactions, adverse effects, and effectiveness of natural medicines.
Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS) is the Canadian standard for drug monographs. Best for its: Health Canada–approved drug monographs, indications, formulations, and doses.