Are journal clubs effective in supporting evidence-based decision making? BEME Guide 16
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. This systematic review aimed to determine whether the JC is an effective intervention in supporting clinical decision making.
- Janet Harris (lead reviewer), Senior Lecturer & Course Director, MPH in International Health Management & Leadership, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield, UK
- Karen Kearley, GP and Medical Education fellow, CEBM
- Carl Heneghan, Senior Research Fellow GP and Deputy Director, CEBM
- Emma Meats, Research, Assistant CEBM
- Katherine Kearley-Shiers, University of Bristol, UK
- Nia Roberts, Information Specialist
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