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Nursing Research Guide
Finding systematic reviews
Systematic reviews are an important part of the nursing literature. Sometimes, these types of reviews are required to be consulted for a research project.
The primary source for systematic reviews is the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. CINAHL and PubMed are the two tools you can use to search within Cochrane. Below are links to short videos on how to do this.
How to search for systematic reviews in CINAHL.
Other sources for evidence-based practice research (Under construction March 2012)
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
AHRQ Evidence Reports
BMJ Evidence Updates
California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare
The Campbell Collaboration CDC Guide to Community Prevention Services
Center for Aging Policy - Evidence Database
Center for Evidence-Based Practices
Coalition for Evidence Based Policy
Last Update: 02 Oct 08:46