RECHERCHE MEDLINE

Un tutoriel expliquant le fonctionnement de cet outil (dérivé de CISMeF InfoRoute) est accessible ici. Merci de saisir votre recherche puis de cliquer sur "Rechercher" (ou d'appuyer sur Entrée) avant de cliquer sur les liens PubMed.

Références :

  • Gehanno JF, Rollin L, Le Jean T, Louvel A, Darmoni S, Shaw W. Precision and recall of search strategies for identifying studies on return-to-work in Medline. J Occup Rehabil. 2009 Sep;19(3):223-30.
  • Mattioli S, Zanardi F, Baldasseroni A, Schaafsma F, Cooke RM, Mancini G, Fierro M, Santangelo C, Farioli A, Fucksia S, Curti S, Violante FS, Verbeek J. Search strings for study of putative occupational determinants of disease. Occup Environ Med. 2010 Jul;67(7):436-43.
  • McKibbon KA, Wilczynski NL, Haynes RB; Hedges Team. Retrieving randomized controlled trials from medline: a comparison of 38 published search filters. Health Info Libr J. 2009 Sep;26(3):187-202.
  • Montori VM, Wilczynski NL, Morgan D, Haynes RB; Hedges Team. Optimal search strategies for retrieving systematic reviews from Medline: analytical survey. BMJ. 2005 Jan 8;330(7482):68.
  • Verbeek J, Salmi J, Pasternack I, Jauhiainen M, Laamanen I, Schaafsma F, Hulshof C, van Dijk F. A search strategy for occupational health intervention studies. Occup Environ Med. 2005 Oct;62(10):682-7.
  • Wilczynski NL, Haynes RB; Hedges Team. Developing optimal search strategies for detecting clinically sound prognostic studies in MEDLINE: an analytic survey. BMC Med. 2004 Jun 9;2:23.