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A guide to library resources for medical students and faculty at Dalhousie University in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

RIM Session on Literature Searching - November 2021

Research in Medicine at Dalhousie

Welcome to the Research in Medicine page! Here you will find suggestions on helpful resources you can use in your research, as well as links to research databases, video tutorials, and more. Are you interested in seeing sample projects done by other students? You can find those here.

You can also check out the Author's Toolkit page for resources we've compiled to keep your project on track.

If you're a RIM mentor, check out some mentor resources here, or view our video below on how the UGME librarians support RIM projects at Dalhousie:

Research Methods Resources

Featured Resource: Systematic Review Subject Guide

Overview of systematic review steps and resources to assist researchers conducting reviews

General Resources

Did you know we have a large collection of video tutorials to help you in your research? Here are some specific videos to get you started:

Welcome to the Kellogg Library

PubMed Searching

Evidence Based Practice Module 1: Asking an Answerable Clinical Question

Evidence Based Practice Module 2: Developing a Viable Search Strategy

Want more? Check out the complete list of videos at Dalhousie Libraries.

Fast Facts

These books are intended for looking up quick facts.  All are available online.