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Evidence-Based Medicine Resource Guide

The evidence-based medicine resource guide will introduce users to the concept, process, and application of EBM. Additionally, it will provide users with EBM resources and research tools available to them through DML and the Web.

START HERE: Finding Journals @DML

To help you browse applicable journals, we've gathered RSS feeds (and links to all issues) for your field on this page.

If you want to conduct a search for a specific journal not listed here, please accessJournal Finder (on the left).

If you're trying to research a topic, not limited to one journal, try one of our databases, such as MEDLINE or Web of Science.

As always, if you need help, feel free to contact DML Reference.

A Selection of EBM Journals

BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine for Primary Care and Internal Medicine

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ACP Journal Club

ACP Journal Club is a bimonthly journal and was the first evidence-based secondary publication. It includes structured abstracts and commentaries supplied by experts of high quality studies that are relevant to the practice of Internal Medicine. Available in print as part of Annals of Internal Medicine or as part of the Ovid Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews database.

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Finding Journals @ DML

To help you browse applicable journals, we've gathered lists of selected titles for your specific program/specialization.  As these are NOT complete lists of all of the journals on these topics, you may not find the specific title you're looking for. To find a specific journal, you can search the DML Journal Finder (see to the right). 

To research a topic, it is recommended that you look beyond a single journal and use a database, such as CINAHL or MEDLINE (links can be found on our homepage). For more information on searching, you can look at the Performing Research in the Health Sciences research guide.

Finding full text: 
Once you start finding citations for articles of interest, use DML's Finding Full Text Articles research guide to locate or request full text.

Keeping Current with RSS Feeds

Real Simple Syndication (RSS) is a protocol allowing users to subscribe to online content (journal table of contents, online newspaper, or a specific database search) using a "reader".  The RSS Feed will automatically retrieve updates, saving time and effort.  

You can find out more using the link below: