Google Advanced has been on the internet since 2000. Using Google Advanced offers many benefits over using Google to search for Systematic Review and other types of articles.
You can search within PubMed or for another authoritative source on the internet.
If you have difficulty differentiating between sources of peer-reviewed articles within Evidence Based Medicine, check with your medical librarian.
PubMed is part of the National Library of Medicine, under the National Institute of Health a governmental agency . Like PubMed, the University Databases (CINAHL Complete, Medline (EBSCO), Proquest , PubMed) have additional features (added value) if you search them directly within the database. Nevertheless, some students like to search on the Internet. This tutorial shows you some of the filters available within Google Advanced Search.
When you search Google Advanced Search, you will notice it has similar functionality to subscription databases the university pays for. However, it falls short in many areas. Let's look at a search for systematic reviews in the area of diabetes.
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