Frequently Asked Questions - Research questions
OVID has several databases, including Medline, which is the premier health sciences database in the world with over 20 million indexed items. It is maintained by the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine and is the most comprehensive source of research articles available. Medline is MUCH more than review and is probably the best source for research. You can also access Medline through PubMed, so either one would work as a source for research articles. There are several databases in OVID besides Medline, including the Cochrane databases for evidenced-based medicine, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, Embase (another good health sciences database), databases dealing with allied health and complementary medicine, ERIC (which is an education database), and PsycInfo. In EBSCO, another set of databases we have, you will find nursing-related articles in CINAHL.
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