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What is a literature search?
A systematic and thorough search of published literature in order to collect information about a particular topic.
Why do we do literature searches?
- Create research proposals
- Collect evidence on effectiveness of clinical treatments
- To make a clinical decision
- Gather information for presentations
Liaison to the School of Medicine
Turning Research Into Practice
Study & Clinical Tools
The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education