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Physiotherapy: Clinical point-of-care

Clinical Point-of-Care Resources

Become familiar, and keep up to date with reputable, evidence-based clinical resources.

Sample some short video clips before you begin!

Introduction to clinical resources  ---  ClinicalKey  ---  PEDro  ---  Scopus  ---   Anatomy

Recommended Clinical Literature Databases

Use the Physiotherapy Subject Guide to access other recommended databases like:

  • Scopus
  • AMED - Allied & Complementary Medicine (OVID)
  • CINAHL - Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature
  • SPORTDiscus
  • PEDro
  • BMJ Best Practice
  • Cochrane Library
  • Cochrane Clinical Answers

Clinical Guidelines

Clinical Guidelines - check out the links and databases for recommended sources.

Guidelines (also known as clinical practice guidelines, practice guidelines, and CPG's) are high-level evidence because a group of experts has reviewed the existing evidence on a topic, graded the evidence, and made recommendations for how to implement the evidence in a clinical setting. Guidelines can be developed on the international, national, state, and local level by health organizations, hospitals, and other groups, but always check the quality and authorship to be sure it is trustworthy and can be used in patient care.

Recommended Multimedia Resources

Recommended Anatomy Resources

Rehabilitation Resources