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  1. Which 2 PICO components provide the primary searching terms?
  1. Which best describes PubMed?
  1. What area of the PubMed Homepage is used to initiate a comprehensive search?
  1. Which of the following tools is used to identify the PubMed indexing language?
  1. What is the primary purpose of Boolean Operators?
  1. Which Boolean Operator is used to exclude terms from a search?
  1. Which Boolean Operator is used to include both terms in the search?
  1. Which Boolean Operator is used to include at least one of two terms in a search?
  1. The following characteristics describe the Search History Feature except:
  1. Which PubMed feature allows you to limit the citations according to study type?
  1. Which Filter option(s) are used to limit citations to find the highest level of evidence?
  1. Which PubMed feature is used to identify search terms when the original term does not yield enough results?
  1. Which of the PubMed Clinical Queries options finds citations such as systematic reviews, meta-analyses, reviews of clinical trials, and consensus development conferences?
  1. Which of the PubMed Clinical Queries options finds citations for individual randomized controlled trials?
  1. Which PubMed Clinical Queries option should you begin with to find the highest levels of evidence?
  1. In question #15, if no citations are found or the citations do not assist in answering the question of interest, which Clinical Queries option should be used next?
  1. In question #16, if too many citations are found, which Clinical Queries option should be used next?
  1. The Filters feature can be used with both a Clinical Queries and a comprehensive PubMed Search.
  1. Boolean Operators only can be used with a comprehensive PubMed Search.
  1. The History feature does not reflect searches using Clinical Queries unless “See all” is used to view those results and apply additional filters.