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Providence Healthcare Virtual Library

Databases

          Medline and the Cochrane Library (EBM Reviews)
                         Evidence Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation
                            ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Database
                                 PubMed

   Electronic Health Library for Allied Health Professionals registered to practice in Ontario                                                             

           National Rehabilitation Information Center (US)
           Bandolier: Evidence based healthcare information (UK)

 

Clinical Skills Database from Elsevier (formerly Mosby's Nursing Skills) 

Elsevier Clinical Skills brings over 1,800 evidence-based skills and procedures. reflective of best practices and the latest clinical guidelines.

 

Lexicomp is a comprehensive clinical database that provides access to current drug and disease information. Features include

  • Drug identification and interactions
  • Drug dosing calculators
  • AHFS content
  • Patient education materials
  • Modules from Facts & Comparisons: Trissel’s IV Check; Drug Comparison Reviews; Comparative Data Tables; and Formulary Monograph Service. 

Managing References

Once you have completed your literature search, you will have to manage all of the resulting citations and abstracts! There are a variety of citation management programs available, and which one you choose will depend on your own needs and preferences. Here are a few free citation managers:

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