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Another excellent reference from BHIC (see sidebar, http://nnlm.gov/mcr/bhic/?p=2711

A Students Guide to the Medical Literature
A Students Guide to the Medical Literature (by K McLucas U Colorado HSC) http://grinch.uchsc.edu/sg/ includes a Tutorial outlining a 4-step approach to reading medical literature ; Search Strategies with links to the best web sites; A Guide to Critical Appraisal of journal articles with step-by-step explanation of the “User’s Guide approach ; An interactive Glossary with over 150 statistical terms hyperlinked to the text ; Calculators for finding relevant outcome measures from a study ; and a Student’s Guide Pocket Version to use on your Palm or Pocket PC [posted in: HEALTH COMMUNICATION Web sites #1, 2008, compiled by Marcia Zorn, MA, MLS; Lists are Archived by the Coalition for Health Communication at

related entries here–
Pew Report: Online Health Search 2006

Quick guide to critical evaluation of information sources

Getting Results from Your Experts

Hoaxes Rumors — lookup

Calling cards of quackery

Medical Reference for Non-Medical Librarians

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