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TRIP Database: TRIP Database

Trip Search

Research on TRIP

Labrecque, M., Ratté, S., Frémont, P., Cauchon, M., Ouellet, J., Hogg, W., & ... Légaré, F. (2013). Decision making in family medicine: randomized trial of the effects of the InfoClinique and Trip database search engines. Canadian Family Physician Médecin De Famille Canadien, 59(10), 1084-1094.

Richards, D. (2008). The TRIP database. Evidence-Based Dentistry, 9(1), 28-29. doi:10.1038/sj.ebd.6400572

Van Bogaert, P. (2016) Authentic leadership influences work-life coping in new nurses. 

What is the TRIP Database?

The TRIP Database

  • Is made to quickly provide evidence for clinical decision making
  • Pulls information from Cochrane, National Guideline Clearinghouse, and Medline

Advantage:

  • Allows you to search evidence based resources together, and very quickly.
  • Includes a PICO search tool to help you quickly search the literature.

Disadvantage:

  • Will only link to YSU full text when on campus, otherwise you will need to log in or use the Maag Journal Finder to get full text.

More Help:

  • Tutorials are available HERE to assist you in your use of TRIP

 

Remember: Each database is different and sometimes it can be hard or frustrating when starting your research. If you ever need help in navigating a certain database, the staff at the Research & Information Desk will gladly help!  Feel free to stop by or give us a call at (330) 941-3686.