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Health Information Management and Technology: Articles/Journals
Created by the librarians of the New York Academy of Medicine
Grey Literature are publications that are not controlled by commercial publishers. These publications include but are not limited to theses, conference proceedings, technical reports, preliminary progress reports, statistical reports, etc.
Often times these publications are hard to find; this database gathers many types of grey literature
This type of literature is being used in evidence-based review to remove bias
What is the Grey Literature?
In general, grey literature publications are non-conventional, fugitive, and sometimes ephemeral publications.
They may include, but are not limited to the following types of materials:
reports (pre-prints, preliminary progress and advanced reports, technical reports, statistical reports, memoranda, state-of-the art reports, market research reports, etc.)
theses, conference proceedings
technical specifications and standards
technical and commercial documentation
official documents not published commercially (primarily government reports and documents
Created by the librarians of the New York Academy of Medicine, subject covered include health services research and urban health topics, publication include theses, conference proceedings, technical reports, preliminary progress reports, statistical reports, etc..