Step by Step

INTRODUCTION

Test Out

Navigating this module

Preface and Acknowledgements

References

Chapter 1: Responsible Literature Searching

Chapter 2: Biomedical Literature Searching and Review

Quiz for Chapter 2

Chapter 3: Literature Search Process

Quiz for Chapter 3

Chapter 4: Classification of Biomedical Databases

Quiz for Chapter 4

Chapter 5: Cited Reference and Related Article Searching

Chapter 6: Tools to Keep the Literature Review Current

Quiz for Chapter 6

Chapter 7: Literature Searching for Drug Safety and Harm

Quiz for Chapter 7

Chapter 8: HSLS and Responsible Literature Searching

Chapter 9: Critical Appraisal of the Literature Review Process

Quiz for Chapter 9

Responsible Literature Searching Guidelines

Appendices

Images

Tables

EVALUATION

CERTIFICATE

INTRODUCTION

Credit Hours: CME 2.00

Target Audience:

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to describe the fundamentals of responsible literature searching for research practice

Authors:
Charles B. Wessel, MLS — Head of Research & Reference Initiatives, University of Pittsburgh
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