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Articles by Zoe Jordan

Editorial

Jordan, Zoe

PACEsetterS. 8(4):4, October-December 2011.

Editor-in-Chief Zoe Jordan explores the brave new world of librarians and their growing involvement in evidence-based practice. The ability of these “information scientists” to locate and critically evaluate clinically relevant literature ensures their pivotal role in the systematic review process.

Dramas, reckless abandon, humility, and evidence

Jordan, Zoe

PACEsetterS. 8(4):6-9, October-December 2011.

As editor in chief of the Cochrane Library, a leading international resource for evidence-based information, Dr. David Tovey envisages a future of more and better reviews, delivered more efficiently, and aimed at the priorities of stakeholders.

Partnership Corner: The Scholar and the Clinician

Jordan, Zoe; Woods, Anne Dabrow

PACEsetterS. 8(4):17, October-December 2011.

JBI and Wolters Kluwer Health bring you a new evidence-based practice network, a series of evidence-based practice books, the EBP network blog, plus much more. They are committed to providing healthcare providers with the latest information to enhance best practice and improve patient outcomes.

Editorial

Jordan, Zoe

PACEsetterS. 8(3):4, July-September 2011.

Is achieving global health an impossible mission? Editor-in-Chief Zoe Jordan ponders this question as the JBI international convention, “Mission Impossible: Evidence-based practice and the future of global health” rapidly approaches.

The scholar and the clinician

Jordan, Zoe; Woods, Anne Dabrow

PACEsetterS. 8(3):17, July-September 2011.

This new column reflects the partnering of JBI and Wolters Kluwer Health as scholar and practitioner work together to provide you with the best available evidence to inform your clinical decisions.

Editorial

Jordan, Zoe

PACEsetterS. 8(2):4, April-June 2011.

The need to be right in order to provide safe healthcare over the potential that being wrong might have in discovering new cures is food for thought.