Chapter scan: searching and finding references and content tables of books
It is possible for researchers and students at UGent to request chapter scans of some of the books via the catalogue (lib.ugent.be). You can find a blue button "Get chapter scan" if we provide this service on a book.
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Clinical trial: how do I evaluate the quality?
There are various free, internationally accredited and used tools (i.e. scales and checklists) for evaluating the quality of clinical studies. More information is available on the webpages of the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent (Question: How do I evaluate the quality of a clinical study?).Read more
Embase: comparison with PubMed and tips & tricks for searching
Embase is regarded as the European equivalent of PubMed/MEDLINE. When using the Embase search engine, you automatically browse not only the Embase database but also articles in PubMed/MEDLINE that have already been assigned MeSH terms.Access
Embase is only accessible via the UGent network.Search operators
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Evidence-based guideline: how can I evaluate the quality?
The Appraisal of Guidelines for Research & Evaluation Instrument (AGREE II) is a general tool for authors and users of guidelines to evaluate the methodological quality of clinical guidelines. The AGREE II tool is available in different languages, including Dutch and English.Read more
PubMed: why and how to search
You can search for biomedical references using the PubMed search engine. References and abstracts in PubMed are freely accessible to everyone.
Our information sheet about PubMed on the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent (KCGG) website will provide more information.Access
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Systematic review: tips, tricks and tools
How do I formulate my research question and how do I formulate selection criteria?
Formulate a research question in which, if possible, all aspects of your topic are named. The PICO model is a tool for setting up a clinical research question. In this model the patient category (Population/Patient), …Read more