Books from the Joanna Briggs Institute now available

The library is pleased to announce that we now have access to 23 books on evidence-based practice from the Joanna Briggs Institute. These books will help you to understand the JBI model of evidence-based healthcare and appraise qualitative and quantitative research.

The books are all accessible from the library catalogue (simply search for the title and follow the electronic access link) and are found on the Ovid platform. If you would like to browse through the titles you can follow the link to Ovid Books from the A-Z list of databases, and scroll through the list to find the relevant titles.

The titles available in this collection are:

  • A Comparison of Meta-Aggregation and Meta-Ethnography as Qualitative Review Methods
  • CAN-Implement©: Planning for Best-Practice Implementation
  • Clinical Wisdom and Evidence-Based Healthcare
  • Critically Appraising Evidence for Healthcare
  • Guideline Adaptation: Conducting Systematic, Exhaustive, and Reproducible Searches
  • Implementing Evidence Using an Action Research Framework
  • International Collaboration in Translational Health Science
  • Knowledge Translation in Healthcare
  • Public Engagement in Translating Knowledge to Action
  • Stakeholder Engagement: The Role of Tacit Knowledge and Value Statements in Translational Science
  • Statistics for Systematic Review Authors
  • Synthesis of Prevalence and Incidence Data, The
  • Synthesizing Descriptive Evidence
  • Synthesizing Economic Evidence
  • Synthesizing Evidence from Narrative, Text and Opinion
  • Synthesizing Evidence of Diagnostic Accuracy
  • Synthesizing Evidence of Harm
  • Synthesizing Evidence of Risk
  • Synthesizing Qualitative Evidence
  • Synthesizing Quantitative Evidence
  • The Historical Emergence of Qualitative Synthesis
  • Translation Science and the JBI Model of Evidence-Based Healthcare
  • Turning Knowledge into Action: Practical Guidance on How to Do Integrated Knowledge Translation Research

We hope these are useful to you and if you have any queries please get in touch at

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