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Foundations of Literature Reviews: A Practical Guide

Join us for an educational series on conducting literature reviews. This series is intended to be cohort-led, meeting your learning needs about literature reviews and helping you to actively work on your project as the time progresses. It is designed for those new to knowledge synthesis or those wanting to learn a different methodology!

Register for an introductory session now: LearningHub.

Passwords for offsite use of resources

Working offsite and need to access library resources? If you are not using Citrix, you will need the usernames and passwords to use library databases and ejournals. If you log onto the network using Citrix or remote desktop, you will not need the passwords. For information on how to get the updated information, visit the Offsite Access to Resources page.

Try this series of Evidence-Based Practice learning modules to refresh your skills in gathering evidence for practice:

  1. Introduction
  2. Ask the question
  3. Acquire the evidence
  4. Appraise, Apply and Assess the evidence

This series of online modules is provided by the Clinical Information Access Portal (CIAP) in NSW Australia.

SHOP is the central access point for BC Children's Hospital and BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre Electronic Policies, Order Sets, Procedures and Standards. 

Search C+W SHOP now

 

The Joanna Briggs Institute creates evidence syntheses to support implementation of research into practice through:

  • Evidence Summaries
  • Recommended Practices
  • Best Practice Information Sheets
  • Systematic Reviews 

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Contact Us

The Study & Learning Commons  (4th floor SHY) is open. Access to the space 24/7 with PHSA ID card. More information on the POD page  

Librarian services are available; please email ClinicalLibrary@cw.bc.ca for assistance. 

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Study & Learning Commons
F4, Shaughnessy Building
4480 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC

PHSA LogoBC Children's & BC Women's are programs of British Columbia's Provincial Health Services Authority. Library & Knowledge Services are provided through C&W Learning & Development, part of the Practice & Learning portfolio at BC Children's & BC Women's. Learning & Development is here to provide you and your team with education and professional development resources to enable excellent patient care and to support your life-long learning. We are located within the unceded, occupied, traditional and ancestral territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) and səlilil̓w̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh Nation) where these guides were conceptualized and created.