Mobile and web-based clinical decision-support tools for infectious diseases (including COVID-19), HIV, diabetes and psychiatry.
PAUL G. AUWAERTER, M.D. INTRODUCES
The Johns Hopkins POC-IT Guides™
Clinical care protocols and treatments are always evolving. To take the best care of their patients, providers need to be able to access the most current and accurate information at the point of care.
POC-IT (Point-of-Care Information Technology) Guides provide real-time, evidence-based information that can be accessed by mobile device or computer at the bedside or in the exam room. The Guides are a decision-support tool for primary care physicians, specialists, nurses, pharmacists, medical students and other health care providers.
The ABX Guide, the HIV Guide, the Diabetes Guide, and the Psychiatry Guide meet the ever-urgent need of time-strapped clinicians by distilling complex material into need-to-know bulleted information that is easily accessible, rapidly viewed and frequently updated. Users are able to easily search the site, quickly navigate to the needed information, and apply the information promptly and seamlessly at the point of care.
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COVID-19 Treatment and Vaccine Update
COVID-19: The Latest in Therapeutics, Prevention, and Seasonality
Antibiotic Use in the Time of COVID-19
Managing Stress and Coping with COVID-19
“This is where I start when trying to fill in gaps in my knowledge base. Thanks for a wonderful reference!—James S., M.D.
“As a student of nurse-midwifery at The Ohio State University, I have found your website and handheld application very helpful in ensuring I am prescribing in an evidence-based manner (and encouraging my preceptors to do so, also!). Thank you for all of the effort you have put into the site. I find it very easy to navigate and very informative!”—S. Marie G., RN
“I am a long-time user of the online antibiotic guide. It is one of my go-to references for useful antimicrobial information. Thank you for your awesome reference.”—Karen W., Pharm.D., Sayre, PA
“Thank you for your very informative site!”—Dr. Caryn F.—Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa
“I use John Hopkins Abx guide quite often and find it very useful.”—Dr. Krishna B.
“Thanks for such a wonderful reference!”—Amanda
“Thanks for this great service.”—Kim D., Salem, MA
“I tell all of my residents about the ABX Guide”
“It’s better than Sanford”
“I downloaded it to my iPhone in my hotel last night. I love it.”