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SOMA Medical Resources

A portal of Medical resources available through the library.

Clinical Resources

Case Files in various disciplines through our Access databases.

 

PubMed Clinical Queries provides specialized searches in three categories for clinicians.  An advanced search string based on research methodology is running behind each search.  You only need to enter simple keywords based on disease or condition, and not need to worry about missing relevant articles.

  • Clinical Study Categories use a specialized search method with built-in search filters that limit retrieval to articles reporting research conducted with specific methodologies, including those that report applied clinical research.
     

    To find citations using the Clinical Study Category:
    1. Click Clinical Queries from the PubMed homepage or from the advanced search more resources menu.
    2. Enter your search terms in the search box
    3. Select a Category: Therapy, Diagnosis, Etiology, Prognosis, or Clinical prediction guides
    4. Select a Scope: Narrow (specific search) or Broad (sensitive search)
    5. Click Search

  • System Reviews provides results on a broad range of articles that build consensus on a topic.
     

    To search for systematic reviews:
    1. Click Clinical Queries from the PubMed homepage or from the advanced search more resources menu
    2. Enter your search terms in the search box
    3. Click Search

  • Medical Genetics finds relevant articles on genetics.  Search filters are applied when a specific topic is selected.

    To search for medical genetics articles:
    1. Click Clinical Queries from the PubMed homepage or from the advanced search more resources menu
    2. Enter search terms in the search box

    3. Choose a specific topic, if applicable
    4. Click Search.

   

 

Trip is a free clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care.

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