Before you start collecting evidence, determine what kind of information you need.
Original research articles are most often found in library research databases. (Use this tab.)
Evidence-based practice and clinical guidelines often do not contain original research, but may refer to it.
Social context and history of disease is most often found in books and ebooks. (Use this tab.)
1. Describe your research topic. Think of a statement or a question that describes your topic or issue. What is the scope of your topic?
2. Critically think about your issue and ask questions.
3. When beginning your research, ask yourself:
4. Promoting Health Literacy and awareness isn't easy. Consider your audience.
Too much information? Narrow your topic.
Too little information? Broaden your topic.
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