UTS Library

Current Database Trials

The Library regularly arranges trials of new databases. Have a look at any of the current trials that are of interest to you and let us know what you think. Your feedback is appreciated. 

Cochrane Interactive Learning

Note: To access Course Modules, you will need to register with Cochrane Interactive Learning as a new user. Please follow these instructions

Description:
Cochrane Interactive Learning is a series of online learning modules for conducting intervention reviews following Cochrane review methodology. Useful for both introductory-level and more experienced learners, the modules are designed for both individual distance learners and for trainers looking to create blended online and face-to-face learning. The course modules are:Introduction to conducting systematic reviews, Writing the review protocol, Searching for studies, Selecting studies and collecting data, Introduction to study quality and risk of bias, Analysing the data, Interpreting the findings, Reporting the review, Introduction to health economics, and Network meta-analysis. Please see the short video below.



Trial ends 6 July 2019
Feedback to Rosie Glynn

Global Health

Description: Global Health is a specialist bibliographic database dedicated to public health, completing the picture of international medical and health research by capturing key unique literature not found elsewhere. It is a recognised resource for systematic reviews on low and middle income countries which is not very well covered in other medical databases.

Trial ends 4 August 2019
Feedback to Helen Chan

DynaMed Plus (DMP)

Description: DynaMed Plus is the next-generation clinical reference tool physicians can rely on for fast, easy access to point-of-care decision support. Written by a team of specialised physicians and researchers, content is updated several times daily to include information on the latest evidence-based research, providing practice-changing answers to clinical questions with optimised speed.

Trial ends 5 August 2019
Feedback to Rosie Glynn