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  • Na ontdubbelen: 1.220 unieke titels
  • DatabaseRecordsERIC1,300,000CINAHL2,600,000PsycINFO3,300,000Embase20,000,000Medline21,000,000
  • Range: tussen de 361 en 846 resultatenVoorbeeld: reading
  • ERIC: altijd veel ruis. Komt door grijze literatuur (peer review limit gebruiken!). Wel handig op gebied van onderwijskunde, zeker ivm thesaurusMedline: ik gebruik de ‘in process’-versie. Omdat ik meestal zowel PsycINFO als ERIC gebruik is het makkelijker om in dezelfde interface te blijven (vooral mbt mijn klanten)EMBASE: bijna altijd nuttige aanvulling. Ik ga alleen naar het AMC als daar een goeie reden voor is (mneuropees onderzoek). Op gebied van psychologische onderwerpen betere thesaurus dan MedlineCINAHL: aardige aanvulling tot nu toe. Viel niet tegen (search licht therapie en slaapstoornissen)LLBA: vreselijk omdat het de Proquest interface betrof, thesaurus zeer gebruiksonvriendelijk en lang niet zo goed ontsloten als PsycINFO, Medline etc. Sociological Abstracts: zie LLBA + In onderwijssetting stelt sociological abstracts vaak teleur omdat ze belangrijke werken lijken te missen. Dit komt denk ik deels door de gedeelde markt met SocINDEX en IBSS. Daarnaast wordt SA slechts maandelijks geupdate en bevat het krap 1 miljoen titels. Wat wel goed bevalt (en waarvoor ik het ook gebruik) is het genereren van zoektermen.EPPI: Marike?
  • Let op: je blijft zelf verantwoordelijk voor de correctheid van je referenties. Refworks en zoekmachines kunnen dit niet geheel foutloos.
  • Systematisch Zoeken voor Systematic Reviews

    1. 1. UniversiteitsbibliotheekSystematisch zoeken voorSystematic Reviews Janneke Staaks, j.staaks@uva.nl
    2. 2. Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) o.a. NHG standaarden o.a. TRIP database o.a. BMJ o.a. Cochrane Libraryo.a. Medline, PsycINFO Bron: Laika’s Medlibblog
    3. 3. Disclaimer Repliceerbaarheid en transparantie Vind ik alles?  A specificity of 100% means that the test recognizes all actual positives Ruis?  A sensitivity of 100% means that the test recognizes all actual negatives
    4. 4. Voorbereiding Onderzoeksvraag en/of protocol  Kernbegrippen  Zoektermen Artikelen Zoekstrategieën  Cochrane library
    5. 5. Parenting Stress of Parents with children with Epilepsy + 516 + 88 EMBASE P Medline/Pubmed 530 titels PsycINFO 238 titels Medline Cinahl 108 titels Cochrane 24 titels Embase 958 titels +8 + 33Retrieved May 24, 2012 with Anna Ridderinkhof
    6. 6. Databases25,000,00020,000,00015,000,00010,000,000 5,000,000 0 ERIC CINAHL PsycINFO Embase Medline
    7. 7. You searched a database and found far toofew results. How can you broaden yoursearch and increase the search results? Depression Diabetes RCT & SRChoose the three right answers from thefollowing.A. Add search terms and combine with AND.B. Search more fields, for example "words inabstract".C. Limit to the most recent publications. Effect of interventions for major depressive disorderD. Combine the search terms with OR. (..) in patients with diabetes mellitusE. Use different search terms, for examplesynonyms.
    8. 8. Zoektermen
    9. 9. Snake PhobiaAbstract Using a visual search methodology we investigated the effect of feared animal stimuli on attention. Our results confirmed the important role of emotion on attention. All participants detected fear-relevant stimuli (snakes and spiders) faster than neutral (mushrooms) ones against a background of fruits. In addition, spider fearful participants were sensitized specifically to detect their feared stimulus (spiders), compared to their fear-relevant but non-feared (snakes) and neutral stimuli. However, for participants fearful of snakes there was no significant difference in detection latencies between the feared (snakes) and the fear-relevant but non-feared animal stimuli (spiders). The results from the attention task were mirrored in the emotional ratings, which showed that spider fear was highly specific, whereas snake fear was associated with a more generalized enhanced evaluation of all negative stimuli. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)Key Concepts animal specific fears, attention measures, emotion measures, fear relevant stimuli, feared animal stimuliSubject *Emotional ResponsesHeadings *Fear *Ophidiophobia *Stimulation Attention
    10. 10. Zoektermen snake phobia 107 snake fear 54 Ophidiophobia 293 overlap (1 OR 2 OR 3) 368
    11. 11. Je zoekt altijd met.. trefwoorden  Ophidiophobia/ vrije tekstwoorden (title, abstract)  snake fear.ti,ab.
    12. 12. Zoektermen genereren Algemeen - specifiek  ethnic minority or Asian Synoniemen en gerelateerde termen  social phobia or social anxiety or blushing Afkortingen  Major Depressive Disorder or MDD Spellingsvarianten  behavior or behaviour Tegenovergestelde  fertility or infertility
    13. 13. Slimmer zoeken depress* depressive
    14. 14. Slimmer zoeken child behavio?r  vindt zowel behavior als behaviour fear* ADJ3 speak* vindt ook:  speaking fears  fearful of speaking  fear of public speaking  public speaking fear  speaker’s subjective fear
    15. 15. Slimmer zoeken child behavio?r  vindt zowel behavior als behaviour fear* ADJ2 speak* vindt ook:  speaking fears  fearful of speaking  fear of public speaking  public speaking fear  speaker’s subjective fear
    16. 16. Test je hypotheses snake fear 54 “snake fear” 54 snake AND fear 387 3 NOT 1 famil* 295.000 #1 family OR families 253.000 zoek 1 NOT 2 #2 term
    17. 17. Tip zoektermen genereren snake phobia 107 snake fear 54 Ophidiophobia 293 3 NOT (1 OR 2) 213Hiermee vind je artikelen die wel over slangenfobie gaan (want trefwoord) maar niet de vrije teksttermen bevatten die je tot nu toe gebruikt hebt
    18. 18. Snake PhobiaAbstract Using a visual search methodology we investigated the effect of feared animal stimuli on attention. Our results confirmed the important role of emotion on attention. All participants detected fear-relevant stimuli (snakes and spiders) faster than neutral (mushrooms) ones against a background of fruits. In addition, spider fearful participants were sensitized specifically to detect their feared stimulus (spiders), compared to their fear-relevant but non-feared (snakes) and neutral stimuli. However, for participants fearful of snakes there was no significant difference in detection latencies between the feared (snakes) and the fear-relevant but non-feared animal stimuli (spiders). The results from the attention task were mirrored in the emotional ratings, which showed that spider fear was highly specific, whereas snake fear was associated with a more generalized enhanced evaluation of all negative stimuli. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)Key Concepts animal specific fears, attention measures, emotion measures, fear relevant stimuli, feared animal stimuliSubject *Emotional ResponsesHeadings *Fear *Ophidiophobia snake fear.ti,ab,id. *Stimulation Attention
    19. 19. Difference severity of depression between securelyversus insecurely attached children PsycINFO 1.745 titels Medline 504 titels ERIC 176 titels Cochrane 115 titels
    20. 20. PsycINFOVoorbeeld zoekopdrachtonderzoekinstrumenten(beck* depression inventory OR BDI).ti,ab,id,tm. maar (depress* OR affective).tm.
    21. 21. You searched a database and found far toofew results. How can you broaden yoursearch and increase the search results? Depression AND Diabetes AND RCT & SRChoose the three right answers from thefollowing.A. Add search terms and combine with AND.B. Search more fields, for example "words inabstract".C. Limit to the most recent publications. Effect of interventions for major depressive disorderD. Combine the search terms with OR. (..) in patients with diabetes mellitusE. Use different search terms, for examplesynonyms. 213.000 titles 17.000 titles 165.000 titles
    22. 22. You searched a database and found far toofew results. How can you broaden yoursearch and increase the search results? Depression Diabetes RCT & SRChoose the three right answers from thefollowing.A. Add search terms and combine with AND.B. Search more fields, for example "words inabstract".C. Limit to the most recent publications. Effect of interventions for major depressive disorderD. Combine the search terms with OR. (..) in patients with diabetes mellitusE. Use different search terms, for examplesynonyms. 213.000 titles 17.000 titles 165.000 titles
    23. 23. You searched a database and found far toofew results. How can you broaden your 336 and increase the search results?search titles DiabetesChoose the three right answers from thefollowing.A. Add search terms and combine with AND. Depression RCT & SRB. Search more fields, for example "words inabstract".C. Limit to the most recent publications. Effect of interventions for major depressive disorderD. Combine the search terms with OR. (..) in patients with diabetes mellitusE. Use different search terms, for examplesynonyms. 213.000 titles 17.000 titles 165.000 titles
    24. 24. Databases (geestelijke) gezondheidszorg  Medline, Embase, PsycINFO  CINAHL, Sportdiscus, Pilots  Cochrane Library Onderwijs  ERIC, Linguistic and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA)  EPPI Sociologie  Sociological Abstracts, Campbell library
    25. 25. Omzetten naar andere zoeksystemen OvidSP Ophidiophobia/ OR snake fear.ti,ab. (MH "Ophidiophobia") OR TI "snake fear" EBSCO OR AB "snake fear" SU.EXACT("Ophidiophobia") OR Proquest TI ("snake fear") OR AB ("snake fear") Pubmed Ophidiophobia[mh] OR "snake fear"[tiab]
    26. 26. Omzetten naar andere databases PsycINFO Ophidiophobia/ OR snake fear.ti,ab. Medline Phobic disorders/ OR snake fear.ti,ab.
    27. 27. Aandachtspunten Nieuwe woorden Steekproef met artikelen Hulp nodig?  Hulpfunctie database  UB handleidingen en demo’s  Uitproberen  Janneke
    28. 28. Aanvullende zoektechnieken Citation tracking  Web of Science, Scopus  Systematic reviews and meta-analyses Hand searching journals  Pubmed reminer Consulting experts
    29. 29. Workflow
    30. 30. NB. Dit is een voorbeeld en niet het Refworks account van Linda en Nikki
    31. 31. Refworks
    32. 32. www.refworks.com of www.uba.uva.nl > diensten  schrijven en publiceren of  cursussen en workshops
    33. 33. Achtergrondliteratuur Prisma statement: Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses http://www.prisma-statement.org/ Cochrane Handbook http://handbook.cochrane.org/ Sampson M., McGowana J., Cogob E., Grimshaw J., Moher D., Lefebvre C. (2009) An evidence-based practice guideline for the peer review of electronic search strategies. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 62(9) 944-952 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2008.10.012
    34. 34. Vragen?
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