Access Evidence-Based Reports Via AHRQ

Through its sponsorship of its Evidence-Based Practice Centers (EPCs), the Agency for Healthcare Research Quality (AHRQ) provides a searchable database of Evidence-Base Reports on its website.  These reports inform the audience on medical conditions, new healthcare technologies, and strategies through a comprehensive evidence-based approach.

Some of the database features include: filtering by topic, date, document type and organization or institution, as well as setting up email alerts for updates.

To search the database:
* Click:  EBC Evidence-Based Reports
* Click on SEARCH ALL EPC REPORTS
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Enter a keyword in the search boxEPC Reports Search Page

Link to the AHRQ website from the MSK Library’s Databases A-Z list then hover over Research and click on EPC Evidence-Base Reports. If you have any questions about this resource, please don’t hesitate to ASK US.

JCR: Measuring The Impact of Your Research

The Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a comprehensive resource provided by Clarivate Analytics, which allows users to access information about journal impact factors along with citation data for multiple titles in varied disciplines.  The current search functionality allows users to search by journal title or subject category.  Users may also create custom reports.To access the Library’s JCR subscription, see MSK Library’s Databases A-Z list and if you have any questions about this resource, please don’t hesitate to ASK US.

@Covidence Added to Library Resources

The Library has recently added Covidence to the collection. Covidence, a Cochrane technology platform, is a web-based systematic review tool designed to facilitate the process of screening, data extraction, and analysis of published literature. This resource has been integrated into the MSK Library’s Systematic Review service.

Users interested in utilizing this resource can create their personal sign-in information with Covidence before or after joining the institutional subscription. To request access to the institutional account in Covidence, use your current MSK email address. If you have already joined the MSK Library’s Covidence account, then you can log into Covidence with your email and password and start using this reference review management tool immediately.

Covidence may be found in our Database A-Z or by searching OneSearch.