Evidence-Based Rheumatology by Peter Tugwell; Maarten Boers; Peter Brooks; Beverley Shea;

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PsycINFO – is produced by the American Psychological Association. This database indexes publications in psychology and related disciplines such as management, education, social work, psychiatry, medicine, and nursing. html. Web of Knowledge – is produced by Thomson ISI. It contains the electronic version of the Science Citation Index (as well as the Social Sciences Citation Index and Arts and Humanities Citation Index). It lists where a citation has been subsequently cited. Using this database to identify studies for a review requires that at least one key citation exist on a topic and that those reporting subsequent research cite the key article(s).

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