The Library Searches tool and accompanying glossary will guide you through several steps for conducting a literature search. It will help you find the best evidence available on your topic in an effective and efficient manner.
Contents of the tool cover three areas:
Before you start your search, check to see what literature reviews have been completed.
It is encouraged to consult with a Peel Health Librarian at the beginning of your searching process as they can provide expertise in such areas as developing a searchable question and choosing appropriate search terms. Also, take note of the checkpoints with your manager/supervisor and librarian throughout the search process.
Contact the library, if you have not found the information you require.
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