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Literature Reviews & Library Resources: An Introduction
This video will introduce you to the basic steps of conducting a literature review from defining the question to citing the sources you ultimately decide to use. It will also highlight some of the MCW Libraries' and other resources that are available to help you with your literature review. 13:40
How to use PICO to refine your research question
Learn how to construct a focused clinical question using the PICO model. 1:44
Climbing the Pyramid of Evidence
View an introduction to the pyramid of evidence that is used in evidence based medicine (EBM). This video will describe the different types of studies that appear on the pyramid, incorporates examples of research from the H1N1 pandemic of 2009. 5:16
Literature Searching and Citation Managers
This video talks about the kinds of references that are cited in scholarly works and will provide tips for performing literature searches for different types of references. Learn about searching for seminal and supporting works using Google Scholar and other databases. Find out how Scite.ai
will help you to evaluate seminal works and learn more about our Guided Literature Search guide
Citations & Plagiarism
After viewing this video, we hope you will understand why it is important to cite your sources, the definition of and the types of plagiarism, how to prevent plagiarism and you should be aware of resources to use for creating citations.
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