Information Fluency

Clinical Resources Available at Lane Library

Point of care tools are designed for rapid consultation and provide high level summaries of current evidence for diagnosis, tests, and interventions.

Drug information resources provide answers for drug information question, drug identifier tools, drug interaction tools, drug calculators, and more.

Differential diagnosis tools are used to help with diagnosis decision making by differentiating between diseases and conditions that present similar clinical features.

Clinical practice guidelines are systematically developed statements that provide recommendations and guide decisions about diagnosis, management, and treatment for specific areas of healthcare.

Bibliographic Databases Available at Stanford

Grey Literature Resources

Citation Management Tools

Citation management tools to collect, organize, edit, manage and share citations you've saved from online databases, journals, library catalogues, and webpages. They allow you to quickly create in-text citations, footnotes, and bibliographies from well-known citation styles like APA, MLA, Chicago, and even specific journal styles into your Word and Google documents. You can also share citations and collaborate with colleagues on projects. Visit Lane's Citation Management libguide to learn more about the free and paid options. 

Classes and Consultations

Lane Library's research services have been entirely virtual since March 2020. You can meet with your liaison librarian, register to take a virtual class, or submit a Literature Search Service intake form.