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Information Sources in Medicine

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Do you want to cut out wasted time and effort in preparing for an assignment or research project? Then you need to take a systematic approach to finding information (also known as literature searching). Use this guide to find out what the key resources are, together with useful tips on locating them and how to get further help. Remember to be realistic about how much information you need to gather. For instance, finding and locating hundreds of references for a 3000 word assignment would be a waste of time and energy. 1. DEFINE YOUR SUBJECT This may be a problem at first especially if you are not that familiar with the subject. You may need to find definitions, or at least a description of those aspects of your assignment or research query which need clarifying. Try these reference books: Black’s medical dictionar

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Year: 2011
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