- It describes interventions (best practices) without overly classifying them. The reader can make their own judgements of value and worth. I also like the way these are summarised as they are written for the reader and not as corporate sales pitches which is a temptation other organisations fall foul of.
- The resources have a great at-glance feature which show how they relate to define, search, appraise, synthesise, adapt, implement, evaluate.
- Their list of systematic review sites is extensive and pitches these best practices as being based on evidence which is both appropriate and welcome for healthcare interventions.
Thursday, 28 April 2011
Canadian Best Practices Portal - Healthcare
The Public Health Agency of Canada has a very interesting website: Canadian Best Practices Portal. I think it is an excellent example of helping to spread good practice.