Searching high level sources first

Steve Simon

2006-05-17

[StATS]: Searching high level sources first (May 17, 2006)

When you have to perform a search for the evidence, it pays to look at high level sources first. A recent discussion on the Evidence Based Health mailing list produced a nice list of these resources.

Dean Giustini has some nice summaries at

It's not a high level source, but someone pointed out a natural language query system for Medline

Note: some additional resources added on May 30, 2006.

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