Evidence-based practice is a hot topic in health care. While not everyone can attend the Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference on April 30th, 2008 (hosted by the UCLA Health System and the UCLA School of Nursing), all health care professionals can benefit from adding more evidence-based practice resources to their toolkit. The UCLA Library subscribes to The Cochrane Library, which provides systematic reviews on many health care topics. Cochrane Reviews are written by experts in the field and updated as new evidence becomes available. The National Guideline Clearinghouse is a free public resource providing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. Search for guidelines by condition, intervention, measures, or publisher, and use the “compare” feature to view multiple guidelines at the same time. PubMed Clinical Queries is a special search feature in PubMed@UCLA which allows you to easily limit your search of biomedical literature to locate clinical studies or systematic reviews. To learn more about using these resources, set up a consultation with a librarian.