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Evidence-based practice in action: how can your medical librarian help?
  1. Satyamurthy Anuradha1,
  2. Lisa Kruesi1,
  3. Lars Eriksson1,
  4. Marion Steele2,
  5. Terence Harrison3,
  6. Meredith Lewis4,
  7. Bernadette Royal5,
  8. Linda Heslop6,
  9. Bonnie Heim7,
  10. Jeong-Wook Seo8,
  11. Jim Malone9,
  12. Chris Del Mar10
  1. 1The University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia
  2. 2Peninsula Health Service, Victoria Australia
  3. 3Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia
  4. 4Metro South Health Service District, Queensland Australia
  5. 5Charles Darwin University Northern Territory Australia
  6. 6ACT Health, Canberra Australia
  7. 7Department of Health & Families, Northern Territory, Australia
  8. 8Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul Korea
  9. 9Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar
  10. 10Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
  1. Correspondence to Satyamurthy Anuradha
    The University of Queensland, School of Population Health, Level 3, Public Health Building, Herston Road, Herston, Queensland 4006, Australia; s.anuradha{at}

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‘Putting Evidence-Based Practice into Action: EBP Journal Clubs’ was the theme of one of the workshops at the recent 10th International Congress on Medical Librarianship held in Brisbane, Australia. The workshop's focus was the role of librarians in providing a non-threatening environment that would encourage clinicians to make evidence-based practice (EBP) a core part …

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