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The Importance of Quick-Reference Guidelines: Summaries of Related Studies

Here’s what’s new at Guideline Central. The world’s largest library of medical guidelines and quick-reference tools for clinicians. We wanted to give a quick recap of what we’ve been up to so far in 2014. Expect to see a lot more of Guideline Central, we have some new and exciting developments planned that you aren’t going Read More...
The Importance of Quick-Reference Guidelines: Summaries of Related Studies

What's New for Guideline Central?

Here’s what’s new at Guideline Central. The world’s largest library of medical guidelines and quick-reference tools for clinicians. We wanted to give a quick recap of what we’ve been up to so far in 2014. Expect to see a lot more of Guideline Central, we have some new and exciting developments planned that you aren’t going Read More

What’s New for Guideline Central?

Here’s what’s new at Guideline Central. The world’s largest library of medical guidelines and quick-reference tools for clinicians. We wanted to give a quick recap of what we’ve been up to so far in 2014. Expect to see a lot more of Guideline Central, we have some new and exciting developments planned that you aren’t going Read More

IDWeek 2013 – Free Gift!

Free Gift – $25 in Value* Come and meet us at the IDSA booth and collect your FREE gift during IDWeek 2013, San Francisco CA, October 3rd through October 6th. At IDWeek, you will see familiar colleagues and new faces. IDWeek will be a forum for health professionals of varied backgrounds to collaborate, cooperate, and learn from each other’s Read More

Emergency Medicine News

Emergency physicians are tasked with managing many cases that are not emergencies. The relative doctor shortage is growing with the Affordable Care Act, and even more patients will be seeking primary care services in the ED. Read full article titled Doc APProvED: Clear, Concise, Curated Guidelines at Your Fingertips

Monthly digital subscriptions are now LIFETIME subscriptions!

Great news! Your six-month subscription to the Digital GUIDELINES PocketCards has been extended to the lifetime of the title. In addition now you can view your purchases and Guideline Summaries anytime-anywhere on iPhone/iPad/Droid devices – No internet connectivity required. Simply download the App and sign in using your Guideline Central website account. Find out more about the Guideline Read More

Stable Ischemic Heart Disease

American Heart Association / American College of Cardiology Foundation GUIDELINES Pocket Card is Finally Here! The Stable Ischemic Heart Disease (SIHD) GUIDELINES Pocket Card is endorsed by the American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF) and the American Heart Association (AHA).  It is based on their latest guidelines. This practical quick-reference tool contains screening, risk assessment Read More

GUIDELINES Update – September 2012

September 10, 2012 Emergency Nurses Association Emergency nursing resource: difficult intravenous access. Emergency nursing resource: non-invasive temperature measurement in the emergency department. Emergency nursing resource: orthostatic vital signs. Emergency nursing resource: wound preparation. International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care New Developer Guidelines for improving entry into and retention in care and antiretroviral adherence for Read More

GUIDELINES Update – July 2012

American Academy of Ophthalmology • Bacterial keratitis. Limited revision. This updates a previously published guideline summary. • Blepharitis. Limited revision. This updates a previously published guideline summary. • Cataract in the adult eye. This updates a previously published guideline summary. • Conjunctivitis. Limited revision. This updates a previously published guideline summary. • Dry eye syndrome. Read More

Welcome To The New Guideline Central

As you may have noticed, Guideline Central has just finished receiving a major facelift. We are going to go over some of the major changes and additions in this blog post. While we have a new look and feel, we still provide the same great medical resources preferred by practicing clinicians (just more resources now!). Read More

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