Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG's) are defined by the U.S. Institute of Medicine as "statements that include recommendations intended to optimize patient care that are informed by a systematic review of evidence and an assessment of the benefits and harms of alternative care options (IOM, 2011).
Guidelines are produced by many health care organizations and professional bodies at the local, state, national and international levels. Guidelines provide practice recommendations based on a systematic review of the research literature, however, guidelines produced by different organizations may make different recommendations.
NOTE: Due to a loss of federal funding, the National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC) and National Quality Measures Clearinghouse (NQMC) websites, including the primary content of guideline and measure summaries, respectively, are no longer available, as of July 16, 2018.
How Can I Find Practice Guidelines in Library Databases?
Anatomy & Physiology Revealed
This resource is part of the AccessPhysiotherapy suite of multimedia databases from McGraw-Hill. An interactive cadaver dissection experience. This unique multimedia study aid is designed to help you explore human anatomy using cadaver specimens and master physiology concepts through animation. Digital dissections allow unlimited drill and practice - anytime, anywhere. Detailed information and audio pronunciations build anatomical knowledge, and comprehensive quizzing reinforces learning.
Compatible with IE, Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari.
Ovid's Anatomy TV Primal Pictures is a comprehensive multimedia suite of interactive modules featuring highly accurate 3D models of the human body. Animations illustrate function, biomechanics and movement, as well as treatments and surgical procedures.Modules include systemic anatomy, regional anatomy, sports & therapy, surgery and specialty titles. We now offer UNLIMITED SIMULTANEOUS USER ACCESS to this resource.
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Links to websites for medical images of human anatomy and physiology