As of 2015, The “JBI DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND IMPLEMENTATION REPORTS” is now being indexed in PubMed as a “journal title.” Sort of… It is not really a “journal.” It’s a collection of reviews and reports.
But what this means for searchers of the literature is good! Discovery of Joanna Briggs evidence summaries in a database! Here is an example of an article:
Kornhaber, Rachel. Wiechula, Rick. McLean, Loyola.
The effectiveness of collaborative models of care that facilitate rehabilitation from a traumatic injury: a systematic review.The JBI Library of Systematic Reviews. 13(8):190-210, 2015.
From PubMed, linking to the full text of the reviews is idiosyncratic. (Normally you click from a journal on the red and gray NYU icon. Not so with JBI. Instead, leave PubMed and go directly to the JBI EBP Database via NYU: https://arch.library.nyu.edu/databases/proxy/NYU04719
And once there, re-do a search on the review title, next click the link on the right to JBI Database PDF to open the article.