Answered By: Paul Landers
Last Updated: Jan 24, 2020     Views: 104

NOTE - most professional healthcare research databases do not have a peer-review filter.

To determine if an article is peer-reviewed you must determine if the journal which published it is peer reviewed journal. The quickest way is to locate the journal's official web site.  If it is peer-reviewed, they will advertise it, usually under the "Information for Authors" or "About Us" section.

For more information see our Peer Reviewed LibGuide.


See also:   How do I limit my search to peer-reviewed journals only?