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Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
Respiratory care library instruction class
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  • Google – websites; also will supply articles – need to evaluateDatabases – articles – do not need to evaluate where it came from – need to evaluate content / can you use it for your paperLet’s do an example – ARDSHow many people are using the Medical databases? Questions?
  • Located at www.pubmed.govUse the basic search screenExample : Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome – then look at the Search details on the right hand sideMeSH database – on the sideClick on see moreMeSH term is searchLimits – advanced searchMy NCBI account – save articles – upper right hand corner – save to a collectionSend to – clipboard for quick temporary storageFree full-text articlesPMID number – unique number like the Ascension number in Medline Plus full-text
  • Let’s do some examples …Medline with Full-text – ARDS – MeSH, limitsPubMed – ardsautomaticaMeSH, limitsDynaMed – basic facts, diagnosis, treatmentGoogle – wikipedia
  • Examples:
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    • 1.  What is it?  Database / Evidence- based, point-of-care database  Topical Overviews  Summaries  Article references  Updated daily  Small  Full-text articles  Available at AMC  How to use it?  Type in topic  Select what you would like to know  General Info  Diagnosis  Treatment  It’s not cheating to use Dynamed!  It’s similar to using a textbook.  Information is from journal articles and books.
    • 2.  What is it?  Medical database  Journal articles  Same info. as PubMed  Provides full-text  How to use it?  Search using the MeSH  Medical Subject Headings  Apply limits  PMID # - use interchangeably with PudMed  Citing - Vancouver
    • 3.  What is it?  Medical database  Journal articles  Same information as MedLine with Full- text / different look  Free full-text  Links to HVCC journal articles  How to use it?  Type in the topic you are looking for  Can do an advanced search  Apply limits  PMID #  Use interchangeably with MedLine with Full-text / Vancouver citing and full-text
    • 4.  What is it?  Search engine  Provides websites, articles, bo oks, everything  Articles from a journal may not authenticate (recognize) HVCC paid subscription / no access to full- text  Evaluate!!!!  How to use it?  Type in what you are looking for  EVALUATE what you find!!!
    • 5.  Completed the very basic search  Add to your search  Synonyms for your original search word  Abbreviations  Boolean – AND, OR  Select a field – a field to search within the article – Title, Abstract, All text, etc.  Select more than one term in the MeSH  A little more complicated
    • 6.  Limits – Search options link  Narrow results by:  Subheadings  Publication  Age  Gender
    • 7.  HTML full-text  This is just the text, no graphs, pictures, etc.  It’s a little harder to read  PDF full-text  This is the best copy  Looks exactly like the journal page  Check here for full-text  May or may not own it  May link to a journal that we own OR  May have to interlibrary the article
    • 8.  What is it?  Unique identifying number attached to all articles in PubMed and MedLine with Full- text  Located at the bottom of the abstract  How to use it?  Use interchangeably with PubMed and Medline with Full- text  Examples:  Full-text  Vancouver citing
    • 9.  A library service  Register  Receive books and journal articles that we do not own  Articles will come to your HVCC email account  Books will arrive at the HVCC library and are picked up at the circulation desk  Interlibrary Loan does take some time … plan ahead if you would like to use it
    • 10.  Respiratory Care subject guide  Located at:  http://hvcc.libguides.com/respiratory_care  Finding articles  Finding books  Website evaluation  Today’s library session  Vancouver referencing
    • 11.  Homepage screen shot of Subject guide  PubMed  iPads in library have these apps
    • 12.  Both Powerpoints on subject guide  Contact info:  Librarian  Cynthia Koman  c.koman@hvcc.edu or 629-7360  Writing Specialist  Carol Hammond  c.hammond@hvcc.edu or 629-7865  For hands on assistance – come to the ICVT class at 12:00pm
    • 13.  Library Catalog  Searches books in the HVCC library  Ebooks  World Cat Online Catalog  Searches college and university libraries throughout the US and internationally

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