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UC Davis Library currently licenses Covidence in order to facilitate systematic review project management for UC Davis authors. If you are a current UC Davis Covidence user, or are interested in learning how Covidence can help you manage your systematic review projects, please join us at this upcoming online
August 2, 2021
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JAMAevidence provides online access to key books on evidence-based medicine and evidence-based practice (EBM, EBP), in particular Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice, The Rational Clinical Examination: Evidence-Based Clinical Diagnosis, and Care at the Close of Life. Also included are EBM tools, such as
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Users must first register for a free personal account to access ECRI Guidelines Trust content from the ECRI Institute website. The ECRI Guidelines Trust provides free access to a subset of information that is available from ECRI Institute. “ECRI Guidelines Trust TM is a publicly available web-based repository of objective, evidence-based clinical
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The Clinical Resources Center (CRC) is the website portal to information resources for clinicians at UC Davis Health, including point of care tools, decision support, drug and nutrition information. The CRC also provides webpages of customized content for first and third year medical students. A collaboration of the UC Davis Center