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Materials that are not available via major databases are often called grey literature. Grey literature may not be formally published or peer reviewed.
Knowledge about clinical practice guidelines and clinical trials are particularly important in medicine, but it also includes reports, statistics, conference papers, theses and dissertations, informal communication, websites, official documents, newsletters, and patents.
"Clinical practice guidelines are evidence based statements that include recommendations intended to optimise patient care and assist health care practitioners to make decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances. Clinical practice guidelines should assist clinicians and patients in shared decision making." Australian Clinical Practice Guidelines
Clinical Trails are "studies involving research participants which aim to test new ways to prevent, detect, or treat disease, evaluating the effects of a medical or behavioral intervention on health outcomes. Clinical trials are conducted in phases following a pre-defined protocol and may take several years to complete"Sage Research Methods Online
CIAP provides clinical information to the NSW public health system to support evidence-based practice at the point of care. Some of the resources on these pages are only available to clinicians working for NSW Health, but many are freely available.
Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET) is a group of databases covering topics such as chemical and drugs, disease and the environment, toxicology and environmental health. It is managed by the US National Library of Medicine (NLM)