For sites concerning the application of EBM principles to the practice of Geriatrics.
Evidence-based clinical guidelines from the American Geriatrics Society (AGS).
For over two decades, the Beers criteria listing potentially inappropriate medications (PIMs) for older adults has been a cornerstone of providing optimal pharmaceutical care to elderly patients. This article provides practitioners with a systematic review of important updates added in 2012. 
Successful initial implementation of an improved and sustainable fall prevention program for older community dwellers Using nationally-collected evidence-based randomized data. 2009.
Comprehensive pain management guidelines for older adults, from the British Pain Society and British Geriatric Society. 
Introduction to and resources for evidence-based geriatrics, including sample scenarios and CATS. From the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM).
Review of the evidence for the diagnosis and preventive management of actute delirium in the hospitalized elderly. 
Review of studies showing that the weight of the evidence supports that consumption of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids / olive oil, along with plant polyphenols such as flavonols and resveratrol, exerts positive effects on brain health and cognition in older humans. 
Geriatrics-focused EBM resource collection, from the University of Manitoba.
A systematic review summarizing the best evidence for effectiveness of interventions to reduce the incidence of falls in older adults living in the community. 
Critical appraisal and evidence-based review of the effectiveness of CAM in the management of chronic non-communicable diseases seen in geriatrics. 
Critical review of the currently available evidence for individualized secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in the elderly. 
Evidence-based consensus guideline on falls prevention in the elderly. 
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