Once you've identified what you need to search, you need to decide where to search for it. Research databases are an excellent place to look for scholarly information on a topic.
Why Use Research Databases?
Point-of-care tools are resources which synthesize current evidence to aid with clinical diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment interventions. Updated frequently with references to relevant literature, they are designed for rapid use by clinicians at the patient point-of-care.
Note: some tools have certain user restrictions and registration instructions, as well as mobile access:
While doing your research, it's a good idea to look in more than one place for your articles. Why, you may ask?
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