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Gerstein Science Information Centre

Medicine

Best resources to quickly find high quality information for the medical researcher.

Welcome

Use this guide to help you with your search for information! From creating a search strategy to connecting you with clinical resources -- this guide has got you covered. 

 

Need help? 

Get research help from anywhere! Access AskChat with a Librarian for quick reference queries or contact your liaison librarian for more extensive, ongoing support! We are still available to help you virtually during COVID-19, while our physical buildings remain closed.

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Your Liaison Librarians:

Julia Martyniuk | Liaison and Education Librarian for MD Program - St. George Campus
Gerstein Science Information Centre
Email: julia.martyniuk@utoronto.ca

Jessica Hanley | Science Liaison Librarian - Mississauga Campus
University of Toronto Mississauga Library
Email: jessica.hanley@utoronto.ca | Phone: 905-828-3885

Elena Springall | Liaison and Education Librarian for PGME
Gerstein Science Information Centre
Email: elena.springall@utoronto.ca

 

How do I navigate the COVID-19 evidences?

Gerstein Librarians has developed an open access E-module on Navigating the COVID-19 Evidence Landscape under CC4.0 licensing. The module is available to all students, faculty, and staff at the University of Toronto and the general public. 

Text: 'Navigating the COVID-19 evidence landscape' on the starting page of e-module.

By the end of this module, you should be able to:

1. Describe different types of information sources and the evidence processing involved in creating them
2. Understand the unique special considerations to be aware of when searching for and using evidence for COVID-19

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