Friday, June 22, 2007

BMJ Clinical Evidence now to cover supportive and palliative care

BMJ Clinical Evidence has extended its service to cover the systematic reviewing of the evidence base behind supportive and palliative care.

The new service covers a broad range of clinical problems including constipation in people prescribed opioids, delirium in the dying patient and nausea and vomiting in people with cancer and other chronic illnesses.

BMJ Clinical Evidence is available via either Addenbrooke's NHS ATHENS or University of Cambridge ATHENS registrations, or via CamDomain. Contact the Medical Library for more details.

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