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Evidence-based practice in health sciences

Locating best evidence: a step by step approach

What is the difference between citation databases and evidence-based databases?

Citation databases:

  • are also referred to as abstracting and indexing databases
  • most contain citations to journal articles, with links to the full text of the articles whenever available

Evidence-based databases:

  • are also referred to as synthesized databases
  • provide some type of evidence based analysis, synthesis and/or summary of a particular topic, study or question that will aid in evidence based decision making

More databases...

More databases can be accessed from UQ Library:

  1. go to UQ Library Search
  2. select Databases from the menu
  3. do a title search for the database

You can also see a list of: