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Grey Literature in the Health Sciences: About Grey Literature
Provides resources and strategies for finding and using grey literature in health science research.
This video presentation(3:00) introduces Grey Literature.
The inclusion of grey literature and unpublished reports in literature reviews is encouraged, particularly in certain topic areas such as public health. However, as with any other study reports, it is necessary to critically evaluate grey literature materials for the authority of the source, any potential for bias, reliability and reproducibility of study methodology and completeness of reporting. (See also the University of Louisville's research guide on "Evaluating Information Sources" at http://masters.libguides.com/evaluation.)
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