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EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/3/17 ASSEMBLE RELEVANT RESEARCH & RELATED LITERATURE: SEARCHING David

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/3/17 ASSEMBLE RELEVANT RESEARCH & RELATED LITERATURE: SEARCHING David Coleman Medical Librarian/Informationist Hawai`i Pacific Health – Nursing Education David. [email protected] net | 808. 522. 4471 Adapted from original PPT by Carolyn Dennison, MA, MLIS, AHIP

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Topics • Modifying searches • Evaluating searches •

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Topics • Modifying searches • Evaluating searches • Managing searches

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Modifying Searches • Too many? • Add filters

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Modifying Searches • Too many? • Add filters like date, age groups, etc. • Add other concepts to the strategy • Too few? • Incorporate synonymous terms for the project’s concepts • Remove the least important concepts or filters • Have I found everything? • Tried various search strategies, but keep getting the same articles

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Evaluating Searches • How do we evaluate our

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Evaluating Searches • How do we evaluate our search strategy? • Possible solution • Guideline to review of electronic literature search strategies • Intended for those performing literature searches for systematic reviews and health technology assessment reports† • Overkill? Maybe † Mc. Gowan, J. , Sampson, M. , Salzwedel, D. M. , Cogo, E. , Foerster, V. , & Lefebvre, C. (2016). PRESS Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies: 2015 Guideline Statement. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 75, 40– 46. http: //doi. org/10. 1016/j. jclinepi. 2016. 01. 021

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Review of Search Strategies: Elements • Translating the

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Review of Search Strategies: Elements • Translating the research question into a search strategy • Are the selected search terms appropriate? • Boolean operators • Are AND, OR, and NOT used correctly? • Subject headings • Were they used? Should they be? • Text words • Spelling variations, synonyms or antonyms, truncation, acronyms • Spelling • Limits and filters

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Search Rubric: Selecting Search Terms • Uses keywords

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Search Rubric: Selecting Search Terms • Uses keywords to represent concepts of the PICO statement • Uses synonyms for at least one of the keyword concepts to expand the search results • Uses subject headings from a discipline-specific database • Uses appropriate subheadings for the controlled vocabulary term • Restricts the search for a controlled vocabulary term to major concept • Uses advanced search techniques to expand list of terms: • Truncation, word-stems • Alternate spellings • Phrase searching

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Search Rubric: Refining Searches • Combines terms with

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Search Rubric: Refining Searches • Combines terms with the appropriate Boolean Operator (AND, OR, NOT) • Conducts multiple searches using a variety of strategies, including the use of different keyword and subject heading combinations • Modifies search statements to narrow (i. e. , reduce) or broadening (i. e. , increase) the search results based on previous search results. • Applies appropriate filters or limits to restrict the search results, including, but not limited to the ones listed below, • Publication date(s) • Geographic location(s) • Age • Does NOT limit search results to full text or free full text • Uses multiple search fields (subject, author, title, source, etc. )

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Managing Searches: Why? • Avoid re-entering search strategies

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Managing Searches: Why? • Avoid re-entering search strategies that did not work • Keep strategies that worked • Easily re-use strategies to update the body of evidence • Share strategies when disseminating projects • Ensure accountability

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Managing Searches: How? • Create personal accounts in

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Managing Searches: How? • Create personal accounts in the databases • Pub. Med: My NCBI • http: //guides. library. manoa. hawaii. edu/pubmed/myncbi • Spreadsheet / table

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Resources • Evidence Based Practice: Acquire • http:

EBP Program Bi-Monthly Internship Meeting, 8/4/2016 Resources • Evidence Based Practice: Acquire • http: //guides. library. manoa. hawaii. edu/ebp/acquire • PRESS Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies • Mc. Gowan, J. , Sampson, M. , Salzwedel, D. M. , Cogo, E. , Foerster, V. , & Lefebvre, C. (2016). PRESS Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies: 2015 Guideline Statement. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 75, 40– 46. http: //doi. org/10. 1016/j. jclinepi. 2016. 01. 021 • Table 1 - PRESS 2015 Guideline Evidence-Based Checklist • PRESS – Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies: 2015 Guideline Explanation and Elaboration (PRESS E&E). (2016 Jan. ). Ottawa: CADTH. • https: //www. cadth. ca/sites/default/files/pdf/CP 0015_PRESS_Update_R eport_2016. pdf