Have you tried TRIP?
The TRIP Database is a publicly available (free) clinical search engine that is “designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care.”
TRIP results are organized with easy-to-use evidence based practice filters (e.g., systematic reviews, evidence-based synopses, practice guidelines) to help clinicians quickly identify relevant evidence. Practice guidelines are drawn from professional, governmental, and non-governmental organizations and are filtered by country, offering a global perspective on practice.
From now until December 30, 2015, Blaisdell Medical Library is offering a trial of TRIP Database Premium.
Test TRIP Database Premium version: https://www.tripdatabase.com/
[Trial accessible from networked campus computers, with remote access via the University Library VPN]
A few benefits of a paid TRIP Database Premium subscription:
- * 100,000 more systematic reviews
- * linking to UC Davis University Library’s licensed electronic resources, such as full-text articles
- * enabled ability to export to citation management software
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