Below are links for the Finding the Best Evidence educational session held today, December 10th, from 10:15 am – noon in Conference Room B.
- Evidence-based Practice resource guide — This guide links you to resources that support your evidence-based practice.
- EndNote Web — Access EndNote from wherever you are with this Web-based version. EndNote Web allows you to online search, Cite While You Write, create groups to organize your references, and share your groups with your collaborators. A handout is available that outlines and displays the basic features and functionality. There is also an online tutorial on basic EndNote Web.
Using your assigned resource, please address the below questions using the comments area. Be prepared to talk about your resource with the group.
- What keywords did you use? Did you use limits? If so, which ones?
- Why and how would you use this resource to identify evidence to support your practice?
- Why and how would you use this resource to identify evidence to support your EBN project?
- Can you get the items full-text or online?
- Is there a feature that you particularly liked or disliked?
- Can you think of other uses outside of the development of guidelines and protocols?
Not registered, but interested in learning about resources to find evidence to support your practice? Check here for future offerings of this workshop as well as how to register for all the educational opportunities available through the Lee Graff Medical & Scientific Library.