Searching Skills for the Health Care Provider II: Find Intervention Articles Quickly
Point-of-care tools can be effective in the moment, but don’t always provide the answers you need. When you can’t find relevant clinical answers in point-of-care tools, a strategic search for studies is required to get to the most current information.
- Explains the structure for asking an answerable clinical question
- Illustrates defining characteristics of study types relevant to answering clinical questions
- Provides hands-on experience using PubMed Clinical Queries to search for relevant studies
- Create an answerable clinical question
- Identify types of questions and appropriate study types to answer question
- Translate question to search in PubMed Clinical Queries
- Filter results to locate appropriate study type
- Access full-text articles provided through NSHA
Recommended for: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and other direct care providers looking to incorporate evidence into practice.
Related LibGuide: Searching by Katie McLean
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