How to Find Birth Evidence - Video Tutorial by Rebecca Dekker of Evidence Based Birth

Today, Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, APRN of Evidence Based Birth shares a quick but very effective video tutorial on how to use the Cochrane Library to find evidence based information on maternity care topics.  Free and full access to the Cochrane Library is a Lamaze International member benefit and I value the information I am able to find there.  For more information on the Cochrane Collaboration, please see my recent post  celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Cochrane and sharing a bit about the history behind it. 

What other topics would you like covered in a video tutorial?  Rebecca is looking for more suggestions for the next video tutorial!  Also,  let us know how you use the Cochrane Library and please share other favorite sources you also use to find evidence based information on birth topics you are researching.

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How to Find Birth Evidence - Video Tutorial by Rebecca Dekker of Evidence Based Birth

February 7, 2013 07:00 AM by Shifrah Women's Health
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