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Geriatric Medicine

Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in Geriatric Medicine.

Overview

Welcome to the guide for Geriatric Medicine. Here you'll find resources and information that will help you with your research. Click on the tabs on this page to uncover detailed lists of information sources to help answer your questions.  Each is comprised of the best sources for finding statistical data, articles and facts for topics of particular interest to faculty, students, clinicians and other researchers.

If you've been searching for 20 minutes or longer and can't find what you're looking for, feel free to give me a call! I can:

  • Orient you to the library resources available through UM
  • Help with your literature search
  • Provide one-on-one advice about your research topic
  • Teach you advanced techniques for database searching
  • Teach you about citation management tools (EndNote, Mendeley, etc.) that can save you time with your bibliography

Featured Article

Can surgical outcomes of frail patients be improved by facility-wide frailty screening and subsequent administrative review of perioperative surgical decision making?

Geriatrics & Palliative Care Faculty Research Profiles

Find collaborators across the spectrum of science through this expertise portal.

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)

ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based effort to create & maintain a registry of unique research identifiers to help ensure that your work is recognized.

Statistics

Finding Covid-19 Evidence

Find information on COVID-19 quickly using these resources. The Front Door searches high quality meta-analyses, literature syntheses, & clinical guidelines from multiple sources in one place.

To search in PubMed, see the links below. To find results in more resources, including preprints, see this article: Farhad Shokraneh, Rapid Response:Keeping Up with Studies on COVID-19: Systematic Search Strategies and Resources. BMJ 2020;368:m1199. You can then modify the searches to make them more focused on the precise question that you're asking.

Please note: the links below go to public PubMed, not to PubMed @ UM.

For search strategies for OVID Medline, see the link below.

Featured Resources