There are many tools and resources for finding evidence. This listing is not inclusive. In fact, it is highly selective and meant to be "a where to start" guide. All links go to UNC Chapel Hill or web resources.
- CINAHL with Full Text
Guidelines, Systematic Reviews, and More
Clinical Queries, Systemic Reviews, Meta-Analysis, and More
American Psychological Association's Database includes Systematic Reviews
- Joanna Briggs Institute Complete (JBI)
From the University of Adelaide, this resources offers JBI's well-respected resources for evidence-based practice: evidence summaries, systematic reviews, best practices information sheets, evidence based recommendations, consumer information sheets, and more, with a large suite of tools to support them. Focuses on nursing and health sciences.
Julia Shaw-Kokot, RN, MSLS, AHIP
Health Sciences Library
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7585
Phone: 919-966-0952Send Email