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Conducting a Literature Review

Once you have defined your question and generated keywords to try searching, its time to enter the databases.
  • Each database has different limiters and features to help you find evidence-based content.
  • Look for filters such as meta-analyses, systematic reviews, literature reviews, and evidence-based practice content.
  • Try adding phrases to your search
    • "your topic" AND ("systematic review" OR "meta-analyses")
Linked below are some of the top resources to search for content for your literature review.

Recommended Resources in the Library

The following licensed library databases contain filtered evidence-based practice content in the form of literature reviews, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, clinical practice and clinical trials. 
Many databases have search and results limiters for narrowing to evidence-based practice.  
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