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PAH Library and Knowledge Centre: Journal Clubs

Start or Join a Journal Club

A journal club is a group of clinicians who meet on a regular basis to critically evaluate recently published articles. Journal clubs are a well-recognized quality improvement strategy used by health practitioners to critique and keep up-to-date with relevant health literature. Starting or joining a journal club is a great way to explore innovations on a topic that interests you, and discover your future research collaborators. Working together as a team you can maximize your 'professional development', and achieve more with less time.

Starting a new Journal Club.....

Check the list of active clubs below, to see if a club is already active on your topic. Contact PAH library for some tips, and to book library group-rooms. Use these guides to get started ....

PAH Journal Clubs

Topic/Name Description/Frequency

Membership open to...

Facilitator/Contact
ICU Journal Club Details on QHEPS Page Medicine (ICU) Senior Registrar
Internal medicine Weekly on Mondays Medicine Dr Su Mien Yeoh

More Journal Clubs

Topic/Name Description/Frequency

Membership open to...

Facilitator/Contact
Queensland Digital Health Journal Club Queensland Digital Health Journal Club showcases current research and latest developments in digital healthcare across the world. All QDA@health.qld.gov.au
Cochrane Journal Club Each Journal Club focuses on a recently published Cochrane Review and comes with a Clinical Case to help you place the review in the context of a specific scenario and discussion questions to help you think about the review methods and findings in more detail. Also, the Cochrane Review is free to access for 30 days. Medicine Dr Bill Cayley
ACP Journal Club American College of Physicians Journal Club summarizes the best new evidence for internal medicine from over 120 clinical journals. Once a bimonthly stand-alone journal, ACP Journal Club is now a monthly feature of Annals of Internal Medicine. Medicine Dr Brian Haynes
ANPT Journal Club Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy (ANPT), provides the Journal club in the form of a quarterly article and completed review designed for clinicians to utilize with colleagues at a meeting at their clinics.   Physical Therapy ANPT Practice Commitee

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