The NiSH Activities are aimed to serve NITAGs in order to:
·Optimise political awareness, adaptive and responsive management that meets changing needs in a timely manner.
·Contribute to changes that strengthen and expand a culture of knowledge and information sharing among stakeholders.
·Operate optimally with appropriate staffing and be responsive, accountable and transparent.
·Have high ratings from users and stakeholders
·Provide equitable services
Emphasis on a CLEAR question
How bibliographic databases are searched effectively:
We use keywords, subject terms and Boolean operators.
We call this a search strategy
Find, identify appropriate keywords, subject terms and Boolean operators AND OR NOR
vaccines AND hesitancy
...where A stands for "vaccine" and B stands for "hesitancy"
The orange part in the middle will be the result list.
The orange part will be the result list. (much larger than in example 1)
All keywords and phrases possible must be identified by way of using Thesauri, Google Scholar, subject headings
We use truncation or wildcards (*?) to make sure to find everything.
A search strategy is an organised structure of key terms used to search a database. The search strategy combines the key concepts of your sear
A search string
is a combination of keywords, truncation symbols, and boolean operators you enter into the search box of a library database or search engine