1. Medline is Medline is Medline, it is the search engine that you use to retrieve the information that differs (for example, PubMed and Ovid Online).
2. When searching a National Library of Medicine database (Medline), why is it preferable to use a subject heading (MeSH) instead of a natural language term (textword)?
3. Medline is the premier biomedical literature database but, there are other databases you should keep in mind when searching the biomedical literature and the life sciences.
1.Specify the search topic
2.Prepare an initial search
3.Select a database
(Ovid/MedLine, PubMed, Web of Science)
4.Execute the search
5.Evaluate the references
6.Rework the strategy if
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