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Free Stock Photos: High-Res Images for Websites & Commercial Use. Home - Finding Practice Guidelines - LibGuides at Michigan State University Libraries. National Institutes of Health (NIH) The NIH is composed of 27 Institutes and Centers and is the primary federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research.

Home - Finding Practice Guidelines - LibGuides at Michigan State University Libraries

Steps to search for practice guidelines within NIH's Institutes: Select the Institute that pertains to your topic, e.g. the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). Often, you can find practice guidelines by searching the websites of the Institutes within the National Institutes of Health network.

Try using each website's "Search" feature to look for "clinical practice guidelines", "practice guidelines", or "guidelines".

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Citation. BIoinfo. Databases. Library Terms. Government and Organizations Resources in Health and Medicine. - Where Content Creation Happens. ​Project Information Literacy - Home. ​Share and Discover Knowledge on LinkedIn SlideShare. Google search. Research impact, open access, social scholarship. Health sciences resources. 530 search and information landscape. ​​A letter to my seniors (updated) A recent conversation on ALA’s INFOLIT list–By graduation, what should K-12 students know about web search?

​​A letter to my seniors (updated)

–inspired me to update a post I did a few years back for eVOYA. I’ll share this letter with my seniors in the next couple of weeks.

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  1. ren2020 May 6 2020
    Hi Dr Valenza, My name is Xueying Ren, I am a fully online student. I am taking 530 this semester and trying to add my libguide in the pearltree, but had problem to do it. I created an account at pearltree but don't want to use my real name out there. I am in section 91, I am guessing that I would team up to share my guide in this pearltree collection. I can't add mine in your collection. It's Ok that you don't approve me as I put my link in the discussion thread. I love your course so much. Thank you for your broad contents for this course. I also learned so much much more at this class, I am glad that I chose one dream course before I graduate. I felt helpless before this course, but now I feel that I need more time to take everything you covered in this class. I am really thankful for your teaching and sharing. I wish I had taken this class on campus. Sorry for my poor English. I am just too excited that you contacted me. Thank you for reading my long response. Xueying
  2. joycevalenza May 6 2020
    Can you share a little bit about yourself before I decide to add you to our teams?