BACKGROUND: Journal clubs (JCs) are a common form of interactive education in health care aiming to promote the uptake of research evidence into practice, but their effectiveness has not been established. OBJECTIVE: This systematic review aimed to determine whether the JC is an effective intervention in supporting clinical decision making. METHODS: We searched for studies which evaluated whether clubs promote changes in learner reaction, attitudes, knowledge, skills, behaviour or patient out...Expand abstract
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Are journal clubs effective in supporting evidence-based decision making? A systematic review. BEME Guide No. 16.
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