There are many sources of health information and ways to access that information. Two common ways are though a search engine like Google or a database like PubMed.
Here are some key differences between websites and databases:
|Cost||Usually free||Usually purchased|
|Reliability||Unstable and unmonitored||Stable and monitored|
You will also find a range of the following information types:
The following lists of resources are not exhaustive and will be updated regularly.
See more databases on the Open Access Health Resources GalterGuide.
Grey literature is research that is produced and/or shared outside of traditional publication pipelines. Grey literature includes conference abstracts, clinical trial protocols, government reports, theses and dissertations, and presentations.