Embase provides the information researchers need
Finding all relevant information from the biomedical literature is key to creating high-quality systematic reviews that accelerate evidence-based clinical decisions and improve patient outcomes.
Unique coverage of the most important types of evidence and search tools specifically designed to pinpoint relevant biomedical literature ensures that biomedical researchers can generate the most impactful analyses, including Systematic or Rapid reviews, Health technology assessments (HTA), Post authorization safety (PASS) or efficacy (PAES) studies, Clinical practice guidelines and more in support of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM).
- Dedicated search form for building searches using the PICO (Patient, Intervention, Comparison/control, Outcome) framework
- More than 31 million records from over 8,500 journals and
grey literaturefrom over 2.2 million conference abstracts
- Coverage of the most important types of evidence, including randomized controlled trials, controlled clinical trials, Cochrane reviews and meta-analyses
- Deep indexing using the Emtree life science thesaurus, which includes over 70,000 preferred terms and 290,000 synonyms, as well as trial and study types, reviews and meta-analysis
- Unique non-English content, along with detailed indexing of study types, trial phases, patient populations etc.
- The Cochrane Collaboration recommends searching in Embase
Retrieving relevant and high-quality evidence from the ever-increasing volume of Biomedical literature is a challenge. Embase allows you to search the widest possible pool of data with precision.
Systematic Review Guide
Learn how to set up a Systematic Review in Embase using the PICO (Patient, Intervention, Case/Control, Outcome) framework
Guest speaker, Dr. Su Golder, Research Fellow, at the University of York, takes us through how to retrieve evidence for systematic reviews of adverse drug effects.
Guest speaker Wichor Bramer, biomedical information specialist in Erasmus MC, Rotterdam demonstrates his unique method using Embase to create exhaustive and high quality searches in a much shorter time than usual.
Embase serves as an exhaustive knowledge resource … It lets us locate and annotate scientific data that is crucial for our research project communications and new scientific proposals.
Embase is a must when you’re searching through medical literature
Avinash Permraj, Research Scientist in Biotechnology, Management of Scientific Centers (PDF, 613kb).
Edith Clausen, Research Librarian at Aarhus University Hospital (PDF, 587kb).
Embase does an amazing job in supporting rigorous systematic reviews.
Alysha Sapp, Nursing & Nurse Anesthesia Librarian at Texas Christian University (PDF, 755kb).