Systems are very detailed, often patient-specific, and link the patient’s conditions to current best practices.
They currently are not very common outside of specialty clinics and/or highly automated departments.
Provide very brief descriptions of original articles. These are often read as if they are a literature review for the topic, and can also be referred to as critically appraised topics (or CATs). Sources include TRIP, PubMed, and ACP Journal Club. You can also search journals such as Evidence-Based Medicine, Evidence-Based Mental Health, and more.
For more information on CATs, see the subject guide from the University of Alberta on critically appraised topics.
Sources for Individual Studies:
Clinical Trial Registries for Health Professionals:
Journal Articles about Clinical Trials: