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The JGH now has access to a DynaMed Plus® trial
DynaMed Plus presents critically appraised evidence from more than 500 medical journals in a quick, easy-to-read format designed for use at the point of care. You can access the resource by clicking here!
  • Content updated 24/7/365 
  • Concise, evidence-based recommendations with supporting references
  • Clinically organized topics designed to get to the answer quickly
  • Key points on the background, evaluation and management of a condition presented at the top of each topic
  • Synthesized recommendations classified using GRADE
  • Internal medicine topics developed and maintained jointly by DynaMed Plus and American College of Physicians (ACP) clinical leadership
  • Drug and lab reference content provided by Micromedex®
  • Ability to sign up for alerts when a topic or specialty area is updated with new evidence and guidelines
  • Off-site access and free mobile app available on Android and iOS platforms.
Please contact Julia Kleinberg with any questions at jkleinberg@jgh.mcgill.ca

Principles for Global Health Research published by CCGHR
The Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research has published a document, 2015 CCGHR Principles for Global Health Research. The 2015 CCGHR Principles for Global Health Research highlight six strong principles (authentic partnering, inclusion, shared benefits, commitment to the future, responsiveness to causes of inequities, and humility) that were developed through a dialogue-based research process. They are intended to inform the ways in which we approach and engage in global health research. 
Click here to access the document. 
Zika app from World Health Organization available
"The app gathers all of WHO's guidance for agencies and individuals involved in the response to Zika Virus Disease and its suspected complications such as microcephaly, and for health care workers such as doctors, nurses and community health workers.
The English version of the app is now available both in Android and iOS versions.
Soon available in all the United Nations' official languages and Portuguese!"