An Evaluation of the Five Most Used Evidence Based Bedside Information Tools in Canadian Health Libraries

Farrell, Alison (2008) An Evaluation of the Five Most Used Evidence Based Bedside Information Tools in Canadian Health Libraries. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 3 (2). ISSN 1715-720X

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Abstract

Objective: This project sought to identify the five most used evidence based bedside information tools used in Canadian health libraries, to examine librarians' attitudes towards these tools, and to test the comprehensiveness of the tools.


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Item Type: Article
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/153
Item ID: 153
Keywords: Evidence based medicine, Evaluation, Levels of evidence, Bedside information tools, Point-of-care information resources, Research methods,
Department(s): Memorial University Libraries
Date: 15 May 2008
Date Type: Publication

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