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EBM Meta-search Engine
Trip Database A free clinical search engine, designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care. As well as research evidence Trip also allow clinicians to search across other content types including images, videos, patient information leaflets, educational courses and news. Trip stands for "Translating Research Into Practice".
Best Evidence - Level One: Systematic Reviews & Meta-Analyses
This U.S. government site provides these summaries of published evidence for and against the use of testing, diagnosing, treating, managing, or preventing diseases, disorders and conditions.
Here are some of the most important sources for systematic reviews and meta-analyses. To limit your search to meta-analyses: on the search screen scroll down to Publication Type and select Meta-Analysis.
To limit your search to guidlelines: on the search screen scroll down to Publication Type and select Guidelines.
Produced by the National Library of Medicine, MEDLINE provides authoritative information on medicine. The EBM Reviews limiter is a quick method to limit your search to the following 6 titles within MEDLINE: 1. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2. ACP Journal Club 3. Clinical Evidence 4. Evidence-based Mental Health 5. Evidence-based Nursing 6. Evidence report/Technology assessment This limiter is valuable as it limits your search to a small set of titles that apply very strict criteria and thus include high-quality evidence-based content, including systematic reviews. Therein, you can search for a keyword, like headache, and apply this limiter and retrieve a set of more valuable results quickly. To limit your search to meta-analyses: on the search screen scroll down to Publication Type and select Meta-Analysis. To limit your search to guidlelines: on the search screen scroll down to Publication Type and select Guidelines.
To limit your search to Systematic Reviews: on the search screen scroll down to Publication Type and select Systematic Reviews and/or Meta-analysis You can also find Cochrane Review Abstracts: on the search screen scroll down to the Publication Box and type in the word, cochrane.