American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Web Tutorials About Finding the Evidence

PubMed Tutorial – National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

Finding Studies for Systematic Reviews: A Resource List for Researchers [PDF] – Centre for Reviews and Dissemination

Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Resources – Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries

Step 2: Locating the Best Evidence – A.T. Still University

Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial – University of California Berkeley Library

Internet Resources for Speech & Language – Language & Speech Science Library, University College London

Literature Searching – Keele University - North Staffordshire Medical Institute Library

Searching the Medical Literature for the Best Evidence – University of North Carolina Health Sciences Library

Evidence Based Medicine: Clinical Search Filters – University of Illinois at Chicago

EBM Tutorial: Searching Medical Literature for the Best Clinical Evidence – University of Sydney Library

Navigating the Maze: Obtaining Evidence-Based Medical Information – University of Virginia Health System, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library

Finding Evidence-Based Information – State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

Making Evidence-Based Medicine Doable in Everyday Practice [PDF] – American Academy of Family Physicians

Searching MEDLINE for Evidence in the Primary Medical Literature – Boston University Medical Center

EBM Tools: Finding the Evidence – Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

The Literature Search – Duke University Medical Center Library/Health Sciences Library UNC-Chapel Hill

How Do I Find? – Bandolier

How Do I Find? A Copy of That Report/Article/Book? – Bandolier

How Do I Find? Why Are there So Many Names for MEDLINE? – Bandolier

Video Tutorial Podcast: Find It Fast – Yale University Cushings/Whitney Medical Library

Searching for Evidence Based Information – University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Health Sciences Library

EBM Library: Subject Gateways – Oxford Centre for Evidence Based Medicine

Evidence-Based Practice for Academic Researchers (Information is generally relevant to SLPs/AUDs as well) – American College of Rheumatology, Research and Education Foundation

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