Alyson J Mahn
Contents What is it? Is it trustworthy? What are the Pros and Cons? What are its uses? How is it used?
What is Medline Plus? Free online resource Created by the National Library of Medicine as a toolfor locating authoritati...
Is it Trustworthy? Yes! The National Library of Medicine is part of the NationalInstitute of Health. Links are carefull...
Pros and ConsPro Con Free Trustworthy Easy to use A great resource for helpingconcerned patients Geared towards patie...
What are its Uses? Ready Reference Questions Tutorials Videos
Ready Reference Questions Example: What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome? Gives access to easy tounderstand articles toprovide ...
Tutorials The tutorials werecreated by the PatientEducation Institute andfocus on: Symptoms, diagnosis,and treatment ofd...
Videos Medline Plus hassections dedicated tosurgery and anatomy Subjects range fromAngioplasty toVasectomies and arearra...
How is it Used? How about a demonstration?
Sources National Library Of Medicine. Medline Plus. NationalLibrary Of Medicine, 28 May 2013. Web. 29 May 2013.<http://ww...
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  • Can be accessed anywhere, at anytime, without a subscription
  • I was able to figure out most of the features within minutes of finding themIt is NOT web mdNot a source for in depth medical journal articles
  • Ready reference: quick answers. What is x? Rather than so what?Webster’s Medical Dictionary and the A.D.A.M Encyclopedia are built into the site
  • Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions. Also learn about surgeries, prevention and wellness. Each tutorial includes animated graphics, audio and easy-to-read language.Interactive, play, or pdf
  • Topic:ie sports injuries, eye and vision, ect. Oldest video is from 2004Visual learners will love this
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    1. 1. Alyson J Mahn
    2. 2. Contents What is it? Is it trustworthy? What are the Pros and Cons? What are its uses? How is it used?
    3. 3. What is Medline Plus? Free online resource Created by the National Library of Medicine as a toolfor locating authoritative health information Specific target audience is patients, as well their familyand friends
    4. 4. Is it Trustworthy? Yes! The National Library of Medicine is part of the NationalInstitute of Health. Links are carefully selected and contain up to dateinformation Medline Plus pulls articles from the Centers for DiseaseControl and Preventions, American Heart Association,Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Researchas well as from other similar organizations
    5. 5. Pros and ConsPro Con Free Trustworthy Easy to use A great resource for helpingconcerned patients Geared towards patientsrather than doctors Basic resource Doesn’t access subscriptionbased resources
    6. 6. What are its Uses? Ready Reference Questions Tutorials Videos
    7. 7. Ready Reference Questions Example: What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome? Gives access to easy tounderstand articles toprovide a basicunderstanding of a subject
    8. 8. Tutorials The tutorials werecreated by the PatientEducation Institute andfocus on: Symptoms, diagnosis,and treatment ofdiseases and conditions Surgeries Prevention and wellness
    9. 9. Videos Medline Plus hassections dedicated tosurgery and anatomy Subjects range fromAngioplasty toVasectomies and arearranged by topic All videos are less thanten years old
    10. 10. How is it Used? How about a demonstration?
    11. 11. Sources National Library Of Medicine. Medline Plus. NationalLibrary Of Medicine, 28 May 2013. Web. 29 May 2013.<http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/>.

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