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Yale's Find It Fast! series of video tutorials are great for explaining some basic terminology and theories for evidence-based practice. They also show you how to use the Cochrane Database, ACP Smart Medicine, Clinical Evidence, Trip and how to perform Clinical Queries in Medline.
Although the U of T Libraries does not own a subscription to this item, some limited free information is available, including a glossary, calculators, podcasts and worksheets. It is updated monthly.
Provided by the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, CATmaker is a free, downloadable application which helps you create CATs (Critically Appraised Topics). This can help you formulate your own bottom lines and store, print and share them.
Dartmouth and Yale Universities have created an an EBM page generation tool that allows you to select your own resources and produces a code to use on your own webpage.
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