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A core resource for physiotherapy literature. Dates covered: 1982-present. Includes CINAHL Headings, a powerful controlled vocabulary system. Links to full-text via "Get @ Dal" button and internal full text.
"... a collection of six databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about groups in The Cochrane Collaboration."
Physiotherapy Evidence Database. Contains systematic reviews, clinical trials, and evidence-based practice guidelines. Trials are rated using the PEDro scale (included.) No links to full text, consult Novanet and E-Journals list.
Indexes over 4000 biomedical journals, including physiotherapy and rehabilitation literature. Dates covered: late 1950's-present. Features MeSH, a powerful controlled vocabulary. Links to full text are incomplete, consult Novanet and E-Journals list.
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