[StATS]: Recent developments in searching for evidence (January 31, 2006)
Dean Giustini publishes a web log, the UBC Google Scholar Blog, that covers recent developments and improvements in searching for evidence.
While the title seems to limit the range of searching to the Google Scholar search engine (scholar.google.com/), the topics are actually quite varied and interesting. One entry in particular,
- Top 20 (or so) Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) Sources on the Open Web [PDF]. Giustini D, University of British Columbia. Accessed on 2006-01-31. [My comments] An excellent list of places on the web where you can find EBM resources. The list includes UpToDate, PubMed, Cochrane, Clincial Evidence - BMJ, ACP Journal Club, eMedicine, National Guideline Clearinghouse, Canadian Medical Association Clinical Practice Guideline Database, Bandolier, NeLH-HS Guidelines Finder, Evidence-based medicine (BMJ), Merck Manual of Diagnosis & Therapy, ACP Medicine, BestBETS, UK Centre for REviews and Dissemination, InfoPOEMS, University of Laval - KUUC, National Quality Measures Clearinghouse, Medscape, and DynaMed. weblogs.elearning.ubc.ca/googlescholar/EBMJan20_06.pdf
looks like an excellent resource.
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