Evidence-based Practice: Some Tools to Find It

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Most articles are *not* systematic reviews, but you may limit to that type in different ways

Systematic Literature Reviews--

Systematic literature reviews are both a summary of what's known and contain recommendations for practice. Often, they may say what is recommended, what's not supported sufficiently to be recommended, and what practices are recommended against! Some also include an economic evaluation, as what may work best may not be affordable in some cases.

Graph of study strength

How to Read a Paper (Medical research in particular) from BMJ