A biomedical primary source is a document or record that reports on a study, experiment, trial or research project. Primary sources are usually written by the person(s) who did the research, conducted the study, or ran the experiment, and include hypothesis, methodology, and results.
Biomedical Primary Sources include:
Primary sources are first-hand accounts of a topic or event provided by individuals who experienced them. These sources may be published or unpublished.
Examples of primary sources: