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Trouver les preuves : des outils de recherche documentaire au service des examens méthodiques

Date: 9 avril 2013
Type de résultat : Ressources

Les spécialistes de l’information chevronnés qui travaillent à l’ACMTS emploient divers outils d’aide à la recherche pour effectuer leurs recherches exhaustives. Ces outils sont mis à la disposition des autres bibliothécaires du Canada afin de les épauler dans leurs recherches documentaires au service d’examens méthodiques et d’évaluation de technologies de la santé (ETS).

Outils des Services d’information de l’ACMTS

La liste de contrôle de la littérature grise de l’ACMTS est un outil servant à parcourir la littérature qui n’a pas fait l’objet d’une publication commerciale.

On peut recourir à cette liste pour bonifier les recherches documentaires au point de vue de la qualité, des résultats, et de leur évaluation.

A sample of search filters developed and maintained by the Information Services Team at CADTH
(Version française à venir)

Autres recherches et ressources

Littérature grise

Google Custom Search engine: guide to the set up and management of a customized search engine. Ottawa: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2012 Apr.

Nkansah E, Frey N, Ford C. Using the Google Custom Search engine to search selected grey literature websites. Poster presented at: 2012 CADTH Symposium. Evidence Matters: Outcomes, Efficiency, Impact; 2012 Apr 15-17; Ottawa, ON.

Évaluation par les pairs de stratégies de recherche

Mierzwinski-Urban M, Severn M, Hodgson A. CADTH peer review checklist: enhancing the review and evaluation of the quality of search strategies. Poster presented at: Canadian Health Libraries Association 2011 Conference. 2011 May 26-30; Calgary, AB.

Sampson M, McGowan J, Lefebvre C, Moher D, Grimshaw J. ÉSREP : Évaluation de stratégies de recherche électronique par les pairs Ottawa: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2008.

PRESS Forum website.  A forum for librarians to request and conduct peer reviews of search strategies. http://pressforum.pbworks.com/

Spry C, Mierzwinski-Urban M, Rabb D. Peer review of literature search strategies: does it make a difference? Poster presented at: Canadian Health Libraries Association 2013 Conference; 2013 May 22-25; Saskatoon, SK.

Élaboration de recherches

Rader T., Farrah K., Kaunelis D., Les choses sont meilleures avec PEPC : évaluer la performance des filtres de recherche documentaire sur les préférences des patients Poster presented at: 2016 CADTH Symposium; 2016 Apr 11-12; Ottawa, ON

Search PubMed cheatsheet.  Ottawa:  L'Agence canadienne des médicaments et des technologies de la santé; 2014.

Farrah K, Mierzwinski-Urban M, Cimon K. Playing it safe: validating search filters for adverse events.  Poster presented at: 2013 Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the Medical Library Association (MLA ’13), the 11th International Congress on Medical Librarianship (ICML), the 7th International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists (ICAHIS), and the 6th International Clinical Librarian Conference (ICLC).  One Health: Information in an Interdependent World; 2013 May 3-8; Boston, MA.

Kaunelis D. When everything is too much: development of a CADTH narrow economic search filter. Poster presented at:  2011 CADTH Symposium. Evidence to Practice: Maximizing our Investment in Health Care; 2011 Apr 3-5; Vancouver, BC.

Glanville J, Fleetwood K, Yellowlees A, Kaunelis D, Mensinkai S. Development and Testing of Search Filters to Identify Economic Evaluations in MEDLINE and EMBASE. Ottawa: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2009.

Moulton K, Ford C. When PICO doesn't cut it: formulating well-built research questions, literature search processes, and parameters for unique healthcare topics. Poster presented at: 2012 CADTH Symposium. Evidence Matters: Outcomes, Efficiency, Impact; 2012 Apr 15-17; Ottawa.

Kaunelis D, Farrah K, Severn M. The Missing 2%: PubMed NOT MEDLINE. Poster presented at: Canadian Health Libraries Association 2010 Conference.  2010 Jun 7-11; Kingston, ON.

Morrison A, Moulton K, Clark M, Polisena J, Fiander M, Mierzwinski-Urban M, Mensinkai S, Clifford T, Hutton B. English-language restriction when conducting systematic review-based meta-analyses: systematic review of published studies. Ottawa: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2009.

CADTH CAI and Ranking Tool for Search Filters (Revised and adapted from: Jenkins M. Evaluation of methodological search filters: a review. Health Info Libr J 2004;21(3):148-63.)

Bak G, Mierzwinski-Urban M, Fitzsimmons H, Morrison A, Maden-Jenkins M.  A pragmatic critical appraisal instrument for search filters: introducing the CADTH CAI.  Health Information and Libraries Journal 2009;26(3):211-219.

Hodgson A, Argáez C, Spry C, Hutton B. The EMBASE subject heading Systematic review – Should we include is in our search filters? Poster presented at: Canadian Health Libraries Association 2009 Conference.  2009 May 30 - Jun 3; Winnipeg, MB.

Mierzwinski-Urban M. CADTH's Health Technology Inquiry Service rapid literature searches. Poster presented at: SLA 2009 Annual Conference.  2009 Jun 14-17; Washington,DC.

Autres ressources

Finding what works in health care: standards for systematic reviews. Washington D.C.: Institute of Medicine of the National Academies; 2011.
See Chapter 3: Standards for Finding and Assessing Individual Studies.  Standard 3.1

Higgins JPT, Green S, eds.  Cochrane handbook for systematic reviews of interventions. Version 5.1.0. [Updated March 2011].  The Cochrane Collaboration; 2011.
See Part 2: General methods for Cochrane Reviews.  Chapter 6: searching for studies.( Authors: Carol Lefebvre, Eric Manheimer and Julie Glanville on behalf of the Cochrane Information Retrieval Methods Group)

Relevo R, Paynter R. Peer Review of Search Strategies. Methods Research Report. (Prepared by the Oregon Evidence-based Practice Center under Contract No. 290-2007-100572.) AHRQ Publication No. 12-EHC068-EF. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. June 2012.

The Cochrane Collaboration.  Cochrane Information Retrieval Methods Group (Cochrane IRMG).   Oxford, United Kingdom; The Collaboration.

Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi).  HTAi Interest Sub-group on information resources:  Information Resources Group (IRG).  Edmonton: HTAi Secretariat.

Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi).  HTAi Vortal. Edmonton: HTAi Secretariat.

The InterTASC Information Specialists' Sub-Group Search Filter Resource. York, United Kingdom: Centre for Reviews and Dissemination.

Health Information Research Unit (HiRU): Evidence-Based Health Informatics.  Hedges search filters.  Hamilton (ON): McMaster University.

Patrias K, author; Wendling D, editor. Citing Medicine: The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers [Internet]. 2nd edition. Bethesda (MD): National Library of Medicine (US); 2007-.

Séances de formation

Pour des renseignements sur les séances de formation du Service de l’information de l’ACMTS, veuillez vous adresser à info@cadth.ca