Grey Literature: Paramedicine

What is grey literature?

Information "which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers" (4th International Conference on Grey Literature 1999; expanded in 2004). There are many types of grey literature, such as academic publications, conference papers, patents, statistics, blogs, emails, preprints, theses and dissertations, brochures, policy statements, translations, census data, government documents, reports, videos, clinical trial reports, informal communications, repository content, websites, practice guidelines, listserv archives, or standards. Here are some resources to locate grey literature: 

References

(1999) "4th International Conference on Grey Literature, New Frontiers in Grey Literature, 4-5 October 1999, Washington DC", Asian Libraries, Vol. 8 Issue: 7, https://doi.org/10.1108/al.1999.17308gab.010