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Introduction to NICE Evidence Search and TRIP: demonstration Online

NICE Evidence Search and TRIP are two freely available health information portals for searching simultaneously thousands of high-quality sources. NICE Evidence Search contains authoritative health and social care evidence and best practice, including guidelines, care pathways, systematic reviews and medicines information. TRIP searches across a variety of sources of medical information, including online journals, images, videos, patient information leaflets, educational courses and news, and is designed to allow clinicians to quickly and easily find research evidence to support their practice.

This live online session, aimed at both NHS staff and UCL staff and students, offers a short demonstration, covering how to construct an effective search, to conduct a search using the Basic and Advanced options, to apply Limits, to access full text, to save and export results in various formats, including to bibliographic reference management tools.

After the demonstration there will be an opportunity to ask any questions. The session will run for an hour, but tutors will remain for an additional 30 minutes if there are any questions which have not been answered during the hour.

Please note although this short demonstration does not offer hands-on practice or time to explore complex search queries, there will be opportunity to ask questions. Please contact us for any enquiries.

Related resources: NICE Evidence Search videos

This session is being delivered using Zoom. See joining instructions

This session will not be recorded.

Date:
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Time:
14:30 - 16:00
Time Zone:
UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
Audience:
  NHS staff     UCL research student     UCL staff     UCL taught course student  
Categories:
  Clinical Resources     Databases     Searching for information  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Registration is required. There are 97 seats available.

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