Conducting a Literature Review: Starting a literature review? Here are steps to follow and things to consider as well as a list of helpful tools to assist you along the way.
Creating Scientific Posters: Posters serve as a great tool to share your research and as an advertisement of your work. Think of posters as giant, illustrated abstracts. Check out this guide for tips on how to make your poster.
Grey Literature: Grey literature is produced by government, academics, businesses and industry in print and electronic formats, but is not controlled by publishers. This guide will give you some ideas on what grey literature is and where you can look for it.
Health Statistics: Health statistics are an integral part of research. This guide will help you understand some common definitions used in health statistics and offers links to local, national, and international health statistics sites.
Resources for Authors: Looking to publish? Check out this guide that includes links and helpful tools to help you decide where to publish and make the decision easier for you.
Systematic Reviews: Systematic reviews are intense research projects and have strong requirements aimed at reducing bias and evaluating all evidence on a topic. If you're interested in this type of review, check out our guide for more information on the requirements for this type of research and some tools to help you with your process.