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Gray Literature: Searching Beyond the Databases

Gray literature is not controlled by commercial publishers and usually is not peer reviewed. However, gray literature can help identify useful information outside the published, peer reviewed articles through reports, dissertations, conference abstracts, official documents, research-in-progress, and clinical trials. It might get you information you would never find in traditional sources. This workshop will focus on how to find credible gray literature for your research topic or for part of a systematic review. Learning Objectives: learn how to identify and find gray literature; and learn how to cite gray literature in your proposal or manuscript.

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