If you like one-stop shopping, check out the Research Tools section on the Medical Library website. Clinicians can find a plethora of resources, including illustrated models and detailed examples, to guide their research from the choice of topic/question to analyzing results. One such model is the PET (Practice question, Evidence, Translation) Model. Other resources accessible here are Medical Library databases and information on how to set up accounts to use them, lists of nursing and allied health theorists and their theories, and writing guidelines for research papers. Use your OpenAthens account on your personal computer when you can’t make it to the Medical Library location nearest you to access the Research Tools section on our website at your convenience.