This paper reviews the various resources available to psychiatrists for keeping abreast of the current literature and research in the field and reports the results of a survey that assesses psychiatrists’ current practices in tracking the literature. The respondents’ knowledge of available resources, their usual searching practices, and their satisfaction with the resource network are presented. The authors draw conclusions about the most efficient means of tracking the literature for various purposes and offer suggestions about improving resources.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health