Find Evidence for Treatments

psycle

PsycBITE™ is a joint initiative between Professor Robyn Tate (University of Sydney), Dr Michael Perdices (Royal North Shore Hospital), Professor Leanne Togher and Dr Anne Moseley (University of Sydney) and Professor Skye McDonald (UNSW). PsycBITE™ is a free database that includes all trials that have been published that evaluate treatment for any behavioural, communication, cognitive or psychological disorders arising from any form of acquired brain impairment in children (above the age of 5 years) and adults. As of July 2016 there are over 5000 treatment studies listed on PsycBITE™ with prospective searches being conducted on a regular basis.

Click here to find out why PsycBITE™ is a useful resource for clinicians from Moving Ahead Chief Investigator, Professor Robyn Tate (University of Sydney).

To enter the database click www.psycbite.com


apeechbite

The Speech Pathology Database for Best Interventions and Treatment Efficacy, known as speechBITE, is a free searchable database on the internet designed to assist speech pathologists in evidence-based clinical decision making. Launched in 2008, speechBITE is a joint initiative between the University of Sydney and Speech Pathology Australia led by Chief Investigator Professor Leanne Togher. speechBITE has more than 3000 references from peer-reviewed published journals on treatment for communication and or/swallowing disorders across the lifespan. Methodological ratings for randomised controlled trials, non-randomised controlled trials and single-case experimental designs are also available on speechBITE.

To enter the database click www.speechbite.com


EBRMSABI

The Evidence-Based Review of Moderate To Severe Acquired Brain Injury (ERABI) is a joint project to develop an evidence-based review of the literature for rehabilitation or rehabilitation-related interventions for acquired brain injury (ABI). The principle of the ERABI is to improve the quality of ABI rehabilitation by synthesizing the current literature into a utilizable format and laying the foundation for effective knowledge transfer to improve programs and services.

To enter the database click www.abiebr.com