A nursing qualitative systematic review required MEDLINE and CINAHL for study identification.

@article{Subirana2005ANQ,
  title={A nursing qualitative systematic review required MEDLINE and CINAHL for study identification.},
  author={M Teresa Subirana and Iv{\'a}n Sol{\`a} and Josep M Garc{\'i}a and Ignasi J. Gich and Gerard Urr{\'u}tia},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={20-5}
}
OBJECTIVE Analyze the number and the relevance of references retrieved from CINAHL, MEDLINE, and EMBASE to perform a nursing systematic review. STUDY DESIGN A search strategy for the review topic was designed according to thesaurus terms. The study analyzes (1) references with abstract, (2) overlap between databases, (3) reference relevance, (4) relevance agreement between experts, and (5) reference accessibility. RESULTS Bibliographic search retrieved 232 references: 16% (37) in CINAHL, 68… CONTINUE READING

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