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Dates, Details and Other Coronavirus Library Resources

Tagged: Public health

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Are you looking for resources to help you with translational research? We have a new Translational Research Resources guide that highlights important literature resources, including methods, protocols, journal article databases, and reference materials. A couple highlights of this new guide include: Sage Research Methods
February 10, 2020
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PubMed is launching its newly designed interface. During the transition phase, you’ll be able to toggle back and forth between the new PubMed and the “legacy” version by selecting the highlighted links on both the new PubMed and the legacy PubMed home pages. New interface features include: “Cite” feature
February 5, 2020
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For healthcare researchers, systematic reviews are important studies that summarize and appraise the results of available healthcare studies on a particular topic. We have two guides to help researchers with the systematic review process: Systematic Reviews provides an overview to the process and information about best practices
February 4, 2020
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Meta is a research discovery and current awareness tool that provides a faster way to understand and explore science through personalized feeds. Meta uses machine learning to quickly analyze, map and cluster articles and preprints so researchers can easily follow developments, intersections, or emerging trends that they may not know
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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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This webpage is a guide to finding public health information at the UC Davis Libraries, as well as freely available online resources.
March 11, 2017 • Megan G. Van Noord