Definition from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network:
"Clinical practice guidelines are decision tools that are created by doctors to explain a disease and determine the best way to treat a patient, depending on their diagnosis, disease stage, and other factors, such as age. They help doctors make decisions, by explaining the pros and cons of each option."
PubMed is the most widely used database in our collection. Below is a PubMed training resource developed by the Baylor Health Sciences Library. Included in the guide are instructions on searching, filtering results, obtaining appropriate study types, and finding full-text.
For more help on finding high-level evidence in PubMed view our Searching PubMed page.
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SpringerProtocols contains more than 30,000 life science and biomedical laboratory protocols organized into searchable subject categories. The resource includes video protocols and all content from the series Methods in Molecular Biology.