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LIBRARY: Point of care

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DynaMed offers evidence-based information to support clinicians at the point of care.

  • Updated 24x7x365
  • Mobile app
  • Australian and international guidelines
  • Choosing Wisely recommendations
  • Alerts when topics change

For fast and easy access to your clinical questions visit DynaMed from your desktop, or download the app from the App Store or Google Play.

To create a sign in for the app: access the desktop version of DynaMed from a Queensland Health computer and create a personal account using the 'sign in' link at the top of the screen.

BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is a clinical decision support tool, structured around the patient consultation, with advice on symptom evaluation, tests to order and treatment approach.

Nursing Reference Center Plus

Nursing Reference Center Plus is designed to provide relevant, evidence-based clinical resources to nurses.

  • Disease and condition topics that include the latest evidence
  • Nursing skills and competency checklists
  • Best practice information for continuing education
  • Multimedia and video content
  • Patient education handouts, point-of-care drug information and nursing care plans


Powered by Isabel | Diagnosio

Isabel is a diagnosis checklist tool to help clinicians broaden their differential diagnosis and recognize a disease at the point of care. Isabel includes over 6,000 disease presentations by multiple signs and symptoms. The web-based Isabel tool uses the patient's demographics and clinical features to produce a list of possible diagnoses, including time-sensitive "Don't Miss Diagnoses.”


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