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  • Home - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    Complementary and Alternative Medicine CAM by Janet Schnall Evidence Based Practice by HSL Liaisons Evidence Based Practice Tools by HSL Liaisons Find NIH funded Works NIH RePORTER by Joanne Rich Finding Drug Information by Terry Jankowski Finding Qualitative Research Articles by Joanne Rich Gerontology by Joanne Rich Getting Started with HS Library Resources by Janet Schnall Global Health by Sarah Safranek Grant Resources by Janet Schnall Grey Literature by Janet Schnall HaPI Searching the Health and Psychosocial Instruments database by Janet Schnall Health Care Quality Safety by Amy Harper Health Care Reform UW Libraries Gov Pubs by HSL Liaisons Health Information Resources for Developing Countries by HSL Liaisons Health Services Health Policy Administration by Sarah Safranek Impact Factors by Janet Schnall Improving Patient Care Through Locating and Using Library and Internet Resources by Janet Schnall Library Services for Paramedics by Amy Harper Life After the U by Janet Schnall Measurement Tools Research Instruments by Joanne Rich Medical History by HSL Liaisons Medical Student Research Training Program MSRTP by Joanne Rich Medical Student Tools by Leilani St Anna Mendeley by HSL Liaisons Mobile Resources by Ann Gleason Multimedia Resources by Joanne Rich MyNCBI by HSL Liaisons NCLIN 556 Case Scenario by Janet Schnall NIH Public Access Policy Help Guide by Joanne Rich NMETH 403 Finding Research and Evidence Based Health Information by Joanne Rich NMETH 520 Evidence Based Practice Resources and Activity by Janet Schnall NMETH 533 Introduction to Evidence Based Practice Resources by Janet Schnall NURS 303 Foundations of Professional Nursing Library Resources by Joanne Rich NURS 304 Using the Library by Joanne Rich NURS 309 Drug Information Resources by Janet Schnall NURS 410 Finding Bioethics Resources by Janet Schnall NURS 415 Nursing of Families Childbearing and Childrearing Finding and Identifying Research by Joanne Rich NURS 499c Finding Health Information

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  • Home - Chat with a Librarian - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    is available via QuestionPoint to answer brief questions between 10 am and 3 pm Mon Fri Because staff may be helping patrons in person or on the phone you may have to wait briefly for a response After hours questions are sent to an email account and will be answered within 24 hours Or if you want immediate assistance you may use the Libraries Chat link or call the library

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  • Browse All Guides - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    by Sarah Safranek Last Updated Oct 6 2011 Grant Resources by Janet Schnall Last Updated Nov 6 2012 Grey Literature by Joanne Rich Janet Schnall Last Updated Jan 24 2012 Back to Top H HaPI Searching the Health and Psychosocial Instruments database by Janet Schnall Last Updated Oct 25 2012 Harper Amy by Amy Harper Last Updated Jul 11 2012 Health Care Quality Safety by Amy Harper Last Updated May 15 2012 Health care quality and safety metrics Health Care Reform UW Libraries Gov Pubs by Sarah Safranek Last Updated Jul 19 2012 Health Care Reform UW Libraries Gov Pubs by HSL Liaisons Last Updated Jul 19 2012 Health Information Resources for Developing Countries by HSL Liaisons Last Updated Jan 20 2012 By Ellen Howard MLS Information about providing health related resources to support clinical research or educational programs in developing countries or resource poor settings Audience University of Washington faculty staff and students Health Services Health Policy Administration by Sarah Safranek Last Updated Oct 6 2011 HMC Multicultural Diabetes Education by Amy Harper Last Updated Aug 14 2012 How to Improve Database Search Results by Aleksey Eremenko Last Updated Dec 15 2011 A how to guide on improving database search results Back to Top I Impact Factors by Janet Schnall Leilani St Anna Last Updated Aug 17 2012 Understanding the Journal Impact Factor and the Author Impact Factor Improving Patient Care Through Locating and Using Library and Internet Resources by Janet Schnall Leilani St Anna Last Updated Apr 11 2012 For Pediatric WWAMI sites IPE Clinical Reasoning Information Resources by Sarah Safranek Leilani St Anna Last Updated Oct 30 2012 Back to Top J Jankowski Terry Ann by Terry Jankowski Last Updated Oct 23 2012 Back to Top L Library Services for Paramedics by Amy Harper Last Updated Oct 16 2012 Life After the U by Sarah Safranek Janet Schnall Last Updated Jun 20 2012 Now that you are leaving the University of Washington you may have questions on how to access some of the health sciences resources that you have used while here at the University of Washington Back to Top M Measurement Tools Research Instruments by Joanne Rich Janet Schnall Last Updated Oct 25 2012 Tips on how to find information about research instruments such as questionnaires Medical History by HSL Liaisons Last Updated Mar 29 2012 Clinical Specialties Medical History Medical Student Research Training Program MSRTP by Joanne Rich Leilani St Anna Last Updated Sep 28 2012 Library support page for Medical Students at the University of Washington during their 10 week faculty supervised research project between Y1 and Y2 Medical Student Tools by Joanne Rich Leilani St Anna Last Updated Aug 23 2012 Mendeley by HSL Liaisons Last Updated Sep 7 2012 MIDM Session 2 Resources by Joanne Rich Leilani St Anna Last Updated Oct 17 2012 Mobile Resources by Ann Gleason Last Updated Nov 8 2012 Provides mobile optimized links to resources and information as well as links to apps for specific mobile phones

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  • Home - AMA Style Guide - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    Style Guide AMA Style Guide Tags ama style jama style style manuals Last Updated Oct 25 2012 URL http libguides hsl washington edu ama Print Guide RSS Updates Home Citing Print Resources Citing Electronic Resources Home Comments 0 Print Page Search Text Search Type Search This Guide All Guides Search Introduction This is a guide to the most frequently used reference types based on the AMA Manual of Style A Guide for Authors and Editors 10th ed c2007 If you don t see an example for your type of reference consult the manual The reference style followed by JAMA and its related journals was developed from recommendations contained in the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals also known as the Vancouver style developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and the National Library of Medicine s recommendations found in Citing Medicine The NLM Style Guide for Authors Editors and Publishers Please note Double check any automatically generated citations for accuracy such as from RefWorks EndNote CINAHL etc Comments 0 Related Links Writer s Guide Collection of resources for writing Subject Guide Terry Jankowski Contact Info Head User Experience Health Sciences Library University of Washington Box 357155

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  • Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine Library Resources - Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    of Anesthesiologists UpToDate Mobile Resources Free and UW licensed apps for iPad iPhone Android Blackberry Windows devices Comments 0 Organizations and Associations Department of Anesthesiology Pain Medicine American Society of Anesthesiologists European Society for Computing and Technology in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care International Anesthesia Research Society International Association for the Study of Pain Society for the Advancement of Geriatric Anesthesia SAGA Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia SAMBA Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists Society for Computing and Technology in Anaesthesia Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology Society for Pediatric Anesthesia Society of Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care SNACC Comments 0 Special Topics Finding Multimedia Resources Impact Factors NIH Public Access Policy Guide Comments 0 Databases Embase Biomedical and pharmacological database indexing 7500 journals from over 70 countries and over 260 000 conference abstracts PubMed Web of Science Multidisciplinary database covering journals in the sciences social sciences and arts and humanities with searchable cited references Comments 0 Electronic Textbooks Bonica s Management of Pain Books Ovid 4th ed Clinical Anesthesia Books Ovid 6th ed Clinical Anesthesiology AccessMedicine 4th ed Ganong s Review of Medical Physiology AccessMedicine 23rd ed Goodman and Gilman s The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics AccessMedicine 12th ed Miller s Anesthesia MD Consult 7th ed Comments 0 Citation Management Software EndNote Web EndNote Web Help Page RefWorks RefWorks is an online service used to create personal databases of bibliographic citations by importing the citations from text files or online databases Citations may be automatically formatted for bibliography and footnotes and may be searched within the personal database RefWorks Information Papers 2 for Mac How to configure Papers for off campus access Comments 0 Pubmed Search Search PubMed Find articles in PubMed Advanced Search MeSH My NCBI Comments 0 Electronic Journals Anesthesiology Journals at the UW Acta Anaesthesiol Scand Anaesthesia Anaesth Intensive

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  • Home - APA Style Guide - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    http libguides hsl washington edu apa Print Guide RSS Updates Home Citing Print Resources Citing Electronic Resources Home Comments 0 Print Page Search Text Search Type Search This Guide All Guides Search Introduction This is a guide to the most frequently used citation types based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th edition 2009 Check this resource for additional citation formats Please note In a manuscript APA requires that references be double spaced and in a hanging indent format the first line of each reference is set flush left and subsequent lines are indented Double check any automatically generated citations for accuracy such as from RefWorks EndNote CINAHL etc New in 2009 DOI digital object identifier is needed for both electronic and print articles if available For journal articles include issue number only if each issue begins with page 1 Give all authors names up to and including 7 authors When there are 8 or more authors include the first 6 names then insert 3 ellipses and add the last author s name For online references date of retrieval is no longer included for material that is the version of record final version Comments 0 HSL Liaison

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  • Home - Basic Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice Resources - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    SRs Meta Analyses Other Resources Home Print Page Search Text Search Type Search This Guide All Guides Search What is Evidence Based Practice Evidence Based Medicine is the conscientious explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients The practice of evidence based medicine means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research Sackett DL Rosenberg WMC Gray JAM Haynes RB Richardson WS Evidence based medicine what it is and what it isn t BMJ 1996 Jan 13 312 7023 71 2 Evidence Based Nursing A way of providing nursing care that is guided by the integration of the best available scientific knowledge with nursing expertise This approach requires nurses to critically assess relevant scientific data or research evidence and to implement high quality interventions for their nursing practice NLM PubMed MeSH American Nurses Association Research Toolkit Introduction to research and evidence based practice Provides access to numerous resources to translate evidence into practice and to support nurse researchers Evidence Based Medicine Glossary from the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine Oxford United Kingdom Melnyk BM Fineout Overholt E et al Evidence based practice step by step 12 article series in American Journal of Nursing which overviews EBP for nurses User Guides to Evidence Based Practice developed by McMaster University s Evidence Based Medicine Working Group are disseminated on the Internet by the Canadian Centre for Health Evidence Types of Evidence Based Practice Resources This pyramid depicts one viewpoint of information resources providing various levels of evidence As one progresses up the pyramid the strength of the evidence in the content generally increases This help guide presents some resources from different categories of level of evidence Research Articles Guidelines Summaries Abstracts Metasearch Engines Systematic Reviews Meta Analyses

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  • Home - CINAHL Plus Help Guide - LibGuides at University of Washington Health Sciences Library
    Alerts Save Search Mobile FAQ Home Print Page Search Text Search Type Search This Guide All Guides Search CINAHL Plus with Full Text What is CINAHL Plus with Full Text CINAHL Plus with Full Text provides access to the literature in nursing and 17 allied health disciplines dating back to 1937 Over 4600 journals are indexed including virtually all English language nursing journals along with selected titles in biomedicine alternative therapies and consumer health It also offers access to Evidence Based Care Sheets searchable cited references and over 350 research instrument descriptions How is CINAHL Plus different from PubMed How is CINAHL Plus different from PubMed PubMed CINAHL Plus Coverage 1940 s to date Coverage 1937 to date Indexes 5000 journals Indexes 4600 journals in nursing and allied health Includes only citations to journal articles Includes citations to journal articles book chapters dissertations AVs nurse practice acts Evidence Based Care Sheets research instruments etc Focuses on biomedical literature Focuses on nursing and allied health literature Uses MeSH Medical Subject Headings as its controlled vocabulary Based on MeSH with additional CINAHL nursing and allied health subject headings Not possible to identify peer reviewed journals Peer Reviewed journal limit available Does not

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