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Last Updated: Oct 7, 2014 URL: http://guides.mclibrary.duke.edu/greyliterature Print Guide

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About the Grey Literature and How To Find It

Searching the grey literature can be a daunting task. You should search those resources that make the most sense for your research question. At a minimum, consider searching Abstracts and Conferences. If your question involves drugs and interventions, check trial registries and pharma data. Also check out the papers and reports of relevant stakeholder organizations.

The links below may shed some additional light on the process.

 

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