Neurochecklists updates

The 3 powerful fundamentals of professional neurological practice

We have just released three checklists which bring together the most important foundations of neurological practice. These checklists list the most important sources that neurologists rely upon in their day-to-day tasks.

These reference sources guide neurologists in all they do, from taking a medical history and to examining their patients, to compiling differentials and making diagnoses. Neurologists depend on them to guide the tests they request, and to inform the treatments they offer.

The evidence-based references listed in these checklists are the products of the finest minds in neurology, and they are sourced from the most reliable neurology journals. They are crucial to safe and effective neurological practice, and invaluable for anyone who is in anyway involved in the care of people with neurological disorders.

Neurochecklists is indebted to these evidence-based sources because they are the foundations of our simple and practical neurology checklists. They constitute the backbones of our now more than 2,800 handy and comprehensive checklists which cover the whole spectrum of neurology and its allied specialties.

Go on then…explore!

The 213 most influential neurology guidelines

The 154 most influential neurological studies and clinical trials

The 314 most comprehensive neurology review articles

Evidence of organized light. Jared Tarbell on Flickr.

By Ibrahim Imam

I am a UK Neurologist keen on general neurology, but with an interest in neuromuscular diseases. I maintain the neurology searchable database, I also blog at I share and discuss current issues around clinical neurology. I hope you find my blogs enlightening, practical, and even entertaining.

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