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Grey Literature in the Health Sciences: Starting Points
Describes what grey literature is, why it is important to search it, how to focus your search, which resources are available to search, and how to evaluate grey literature. License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial Share Alike 4.0 International.
CADTH’s free online resource for grey literature searching. Once on the website, click the link to download the checklist. The checklist is organized by broad topics (health economics, guidelines, drug and device regulatory documents, advisories and warnings, drug class reviews, statistics, and subject specific resources) and by country.
Librarian Robin Paynter provides a checklist of resources searched by librarians when conducting a systematic review. Three specific categories are covered: regulatory information, trial registries, and abstracts & conferences.
Confirmation of the Creative Commons status of the entire USC guide was also sought and received in writing from the USC Guide Author Karin Saric on 11 July 2019. Reuse permission was granted provided attribution is given.