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Qualitative & Quantitative Research
Use the EBP Worksheet below to define your research question using PICO(T).
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Next, try the world's biggest health sciences database, called PubMed. Do a MeSH (click it) search; input obesity, click the word, then Add to Search Builder & click Search PubMed. Go back to MeSH, input viruses, click the word, then Add to Search Builder & click Search PubMed. Click Advanced & combine (click add) Obesity and Viruses to see the result, which you click. Refine the results on the left of the Results page by year (last 5 years) fulltext, language, ages, controlled clinical trials or whatever you prefer to find a few good articles.
Click Send to and send to your RefWorks account to help design a beautiful References list to attach to your great paper.
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