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How to find evidence when you need it, part 2: A clinician's guide to MEDLINE: The basics

Patricia E. Gallagher, Tracy Y. Allen, Peter C. Wyer
2002 Annals of Emergency Medicine  
A number of vendors, each with their own search interface or engine, distribute MEDLINE. How you access the database can be very important when determining how to approach your literature search.  ...  of publication, volume, issue, page numbers, and in many cases, an abstract that has been provided by the journal publisher.  ...  authors to make it easier for searchers to find the material. Key words were not necessarily words within the body of the title and/or abstract.  ... 
doi:10.1067/mem.2002.122774 pmid:11919532 fatcat:7isl4fkmz5dwriv3hbpdkw7hnq

How to Put It Plainly? Findings From Two Randomized Controlled Studies on Writing Plain Language Summaries for Psychological Meta-Analyses

Martin Kerwer, Marlene Stoll, Mark Jonas, Gesa Benz, Anita Chasiotis
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Plain language summaries (PLS) aim to communicate research findings to laypersons in an easily understandable manner.  ...  Despite the societal relevance of making psychological research findings available to the public, our empirical knowledge on how to write PLS of psychology studies is still scarce.  ...  ORIGINAL RESEARCH article Sec. Educational Psychology How to Put It Plainly?  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.771399 pmid:34975663 pmcid:PMC8717946 fatcat:segkz7wlbnegrd2uk3dia5pnoa

How long does it take to translate research findings into routine healthcare practice?—the case of biological drugs for rheumatoid arthritis in Brazil

Evandro de Oliveira Lupatini, Ivan Ricardo Zimmermann, Jorge Otávio Maia Barreto, Everton Nunes da Silva
2021 Annals of Translational Medicine  
A shorter time lag was observed in the Brazilian case when it was possible to compare with other studies.  ...  The mean time lag for the stages of translational research were 5.30 (T1-basic research to clinical research), 5.08 (T2-clinical research to research synthesis), and 0.75 (T3-research synthesis to evidence-based  ...  The funder had no role in the design, analysis, data interpretation, or writing of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.21037/atm-22-397 pmid:35957709 pmcid:PMC9358496 fatcat:badeys3nw5cq7hsn7v5log4leq

How to (better) find a perpetrator in a haystack

Yair Neuman, Yochai Cohen, Yiftach Neuman
2019 Journal of Big Data  
Today however, the availability of Big Data, analytic tools and Abstract In many real-world contexts, there is a pressing need to automatically screen for potential perpetrators, such as school shooters  ...  We first explain one possible obstacle in addressing this challenge, which is the confusion between "recognition" and "localization" during a search process.  ...  Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Received: 29 November 2018 Accepted: 18 January 2019  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40537-019-0172-9 fatcat:6y4gizgkobcl7mim4xbhkx7oui

How to Find Productive Causes in Big Data: An Information Transmission Account

Billy Wheeler
2018 Filozofia Nauki  
This paper fills in the gap by outlining how computer-assisted discovery in big data can find productive causes.  ...  It has been argued that the use of big data in scientific research obviates the need for causal knowledge in making sound predictions and interventions.  ...  Canali finds similar results in current exposomics research.  ... 
doi:10.14394/filnau.2018.0021 fatcat:fyvu35naufcrnee5u2c4d56ari


Lisa Fletcher, Jodi McAlister, Kurt Temple, Kathleen Williams
2019 Mémoires du livre / Studies in Book Culture  
in their circulation.  ...  Third, we find that category romance is routinely shelved apart from other books, explicitly marking them as distinctive.  ...  #no50books mitigated this exclusion issue, as it allowed participants to report on scavenger hunts even if they could not find the titles, thus providing the research team with useful data.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1066945ar fatcat:yaqu2psstjg6pjlpqfp54af2pu

Satellite tracking in sea turtles: How do we find our way to the conservation dividends?

Victoria F. Jeffers, Brendan J. Godley
2016 Biological Conservation  
on how tracking data 92 contribute to policy and overall turtle conservation.  ...  We sent a pilot version to several individuals for feedback, including a researcher with extensive 95 experience in qualitative analysis and others who were experienced in turtle tracking. 96  ...  353 To maximise the impact of research findings, researchers and policy-makers would ideally enjoy a 354 synergistic relationship and operate in the 'domain of best practice', where strong scientific findings  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2016.04.032 fatcat:kp7dpunzpfgajd72qpldkywkvy

How to Find New Industry Partners for Public Research: A Classification Approach

Karl Trela, Yuri Campbell, Friedrich Dornbusch, Anna Pohle
2020 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
Finding new industry partners poses a challenge to many public research organizations.  ...  Overall, the performance of most classifiers is high enough to support the decision process of finding new industry partners for public research.  ...  .: HOW TO FIND NEW INDUSTRY PARTNERS FOR PUBLIC RESEARCH: A CLASSIFICATION APPROACH We choose these specific economic variables both, because they are commonly used in the partner selection literature  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2020.2992060 fatcat:ufm2ucx3rne2pand7644aah5za

Small Open Reading Frames, How to Find Them and Determine Their Function

Preeti Madhav Kute, Omar Soukarieh, Håkon Tjeldnes, David-Alexandre Trégouët, Eivind Valen
2022 Frontiers in Genetics  
Extensions to ribosome profiling, which also capture scanning ribosomes, have further made it possible to see how sORFs impact the translation initiation of mRNAs.  ...  While these sORFs are often assumed to be non-functional, many have been implicated in physiological functions and a significant number of sORFs have been described in human diseases.  ...  Soukarieh O, Tjeldnes H, Trégouët D-A and Valen E (2022) Small Open Reading Frames, How to Find Them and Determine Their Function.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fgene.2021.796060 pmid:35154250 pmcid:PMC8831751 fatcat:kvwwijzafbc3hl3ghvacvjgi2u

How to Reconstruct Schemas People Share, From What They Say [chapter]

Naomi Quinn
2005 Finding Culture in Talk  
Over twenty years ago, when I began the research that illustrates the methods advocated in this chapter, the theoretical issues about the nature of culture that I intended this research to address were  ...  injustice is dond to prospective research in our field. t s · 's s ic 9 to at d, :h se ,h How to Keconstruct Schemas People Share 37 of employing systematic and close analysis.  ...  methods are also to have.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-137-05871-3_2 fatcat:ipopsn76ljf6fceogdwvhleprm

There Is No Place like Home! How Willing Are Young Adults to Move to Find a Job?

Julia Weiss, Livio Ferrante, Mariano Soler-Porta
2021 Sustainability  
Based on the Cultural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship (CUPESSE) Survey, which includes data on 18–35-year-olds in a sample of 11 European countries, it is shown that living in  ...  Furthermore, it shows that rural youth are more willing to move within the country but less willing to move to another country.  ...  issue of European policymaking in the future.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137494 fatcat:h42vg3mtazewnmoowou5jbawf4

Forging a research community of practice to find out how South African children make their world mathematical

Elizabeth Henning
2013 South African Journal of Childhood Education  
In a search for ways to capture foundation phase children's competence in mathematics, a small research team was put together at a South African university four years ago.  ...  and South Africa, teachers at local schools close to the university, and an educational research and survey company.  ...  While searching the internet for examples of how to go about translations of existing tests that were available commercially from the English-speaking world, Anita Keller, who worked in the Basel team,  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajce.v3i1.35 fatcat:l47czaotvbcijellrco5vc6yeq

Why and how back pain interventions work: What can we do to find out?

Gemma Mansell, Steven J. Kamper, Peter Kent
2013 Baillière's Best Practice & Research : Clinical Rheumatology  
Just as theory might help in guiding how to perform an intervention, it might also help in choosing variables that are likely to change during treatment and how they are likely to be associated with outcome  ...  The electronic search identified 7325 unique references. After scanning titles and abstracts, 93 fulltext articles were retrieved for further inspection and seven papers were finally included.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.berh.2013.10.001 pmid:24315149 fatcat:kaevn4bevzh7nijtmihog6dxtu

How to Find Water in the Ocean: A Survey on Quantified Derandomization [article]

Roei Tell
2021 Electronic colloquium on computational complexity  
How small does this probability need to be in order for the problem's complexity to be affected?  ...  This question opens the door to studying natural relaxed versions of the derandomization problem, and allows us to construct algorithms that are more efficient than in the general case as well as to make  ...  And I'm grateful to William Hoza for sharing his proof of Theorem D.1 and for his permission to include it in the survey.  ... 
dblp:journals/eccc/Tell21 fatcat:dntqqo67ercrzjkog66xz4iyxu

How to Ask the Right Question and Find the Right Answer: Clinical Research for Transplant Nephrologists

Sonia Rodríguez-Ramírez, S. Joseph Kim
2022 Frontiers in Immunology  
Before solutions relevant to clinical problems can be sought, clinicians must frame questions in ways that are answerable using the methods of clinical research.  ...  In this review article, we provide an approach to asking answerable clinical research questions, review the major study designs, describe their strengths and weaknesses, and link the study designs to their  ...  ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTION The first step in discovering new insights on an issue relevant to patient care is framing the question so that it is answerable using the methods of clinical research (5) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fimmu.2022.879200 pmid:35619692 pmcid:PMC9128998 fatcat:jn2i6ne6brfl3e6ycx3groplam
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