Wednesday, 24th October 2018
My Favourite Tipples are shared by Natasha Chowdory, a clinical information specialist in the NHS. She shares some of the specialised resources she uses for healthcare and biomedical topics.
The aim of my role as a search specialist in the NHS is to keep up with interesting clinical research and new methods of searching that make me better at spotting good or bad practice across the articles I look at. Here are some of the sources I turn to frequently:
All of these sites, barring The King's Fund, are highly specialised and you do need institutional/organisational log-in, as well as specialised training, to be able to utilise them to their full capacity. These are definitely not resources you check on a whim!
A recent Jinfo article I found particularly interesting:
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