What you will find here: Document reviewing tips on how to make evidence based journal clubs succeed.
What you will find here: On the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) website you can find study specific (e.g., systematic reviews, randomized control trials, qualitative research, etc.) critical appraisal worksheets.
What you will find here: Web tutorial that reviews process for completing a literature search.
What you will find here: Website, founded by Dr. Ricky Turgeon, with many useful tools and resources for critically appraising evidence. These tools can be useful for day-to-day provision of pharmaceutical care, but also in preparation for presentations such as journal clubs and/or formal case presentations.
What you will find here: Online tutorial that provides a starting point for answering questions around what type of database and resources should be reviewed to answer a specific type of question, and provides techniques to save time and frustration when searching the primary literature.
Research Guides: Pharmacy Literature Search Skills: Introduction
What you will find here: UBC library website that houses links to various pharmacy-related resources available for access by UBC students.
What you will find here: Resource outlines the strengths of evidence syntheses, systematic reviews, and guidelines as information sources. Also explains features of PubMed search including automatic term mapping, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) keyword search and the use of filters.