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DPP111H: Dental Public Health


Welcome to the DPP111H course guide. We hope you find the materials on this guide useful while navigating through your course. This guide is a supplement to the library session of your course and we hope that you find it useful. It was created by the dentistry librarians in collaboration with DEN207's Dr. Amir Azarpazhooh and Dr. Mohamed El-Rabbany

Library Session

The Faculty of Dentistry librarians will instruct a hands-on session on Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD) research to help you identify your clinical questions and what the best resources are to answers those questions. The scope of this session is to provide you with an introduction to (or review of) searching for dental literature. Searching for literature can be a complex process. Generally, there are many ways of simplifying the process in several steps for easier organization and management of the tasks. 

Here are five steps that are commonly used in EBD research:

  1. Identify the main concepts for your clinical questions
  2. Select the most relevant types of resources
  3. Plan your searches 
  4. Document the search
  5. Evaluate what you find (which will be covered by your instructor)

To learn more about these steps please click on the appropriate tab at the top of this guide.

Create a EndNote Basic Account

  1. Go to EndNote
  2. Click on ‘create an account’ link above the email login box.
  3. Fill out the form to create your free account.

Find out more with UofT Libraries' EndNote Basic guide or contact the Dentistry librarians

Don't like EndNote, there are slew of other citation managers to try. See a full comparison list in UTL's Citation Management Guide