This research guide provides resources and tools for answering the type of questions generated during the PaCE self-directed learning curriculum.
These sources offer information about public health topics and statistics.
These sites are sources of guidelines by major associations and the U.S. Government.
These sources all have review articles that provide evidence-based summaries about medical conditions, including clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment.
These sources are databases of systematic reviews, which combine similar studies to produce evidence-based recommendations and conclusions.
These sources provide information about signs/symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments of medical conditions.
These sources are credible sources that can be used by the general public to find information about health and medical conditions.
For primary literature, search PubMed or other literature databases.
Largest North-American health journal databases that indexes 5000+ health journals from 1950 to now.
PubMed Clinical Queries
A specialized search box within PubMed for finding articles on clinical topics.
Health Sciences Databases List (Ebling Library)
A comprehensive list of health sciences databases available to you through UW-Madison.
Restricts the results of a Google search to scholarly literature from governmental units, websites, academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.