Not all evidence is created equal. The graphic below shows a hierarchy based on level of evidence that will help you understand what tools to use when looking for an answer to a question. Background questions are best answered by resources at the top of the pyramid. Foreground questions are best answered at the bottom, because they contain cutting edge information that hasn't filtered up into more abstracted resources.
View the following tutorials and Resource Guides created by your librarians to learn more about the Clinical Tools that the Library offers to quickly answer background questions while in a clinical setting.
Use the Related Citations link in PubMed. Related citations allow you to find the best matches to a relevant article. It appears under each record in the search results list, or in a sidebar on the right in some display modes. To see how it works, click here, then click the link to see all of the Related Citations.
Click on a link below to launch a PubMed search. Review the results, use Limits to refine the search, or add yourtopic AND (must be caps) to further narrow the search.