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  • 1. William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library
  • 2. Goals and Objectives • Build a search using MeSH • Limit your search usingThis tutorial will show PubMed filters you how to conduct research using • Manage your search results PubMed • Finding Full Text
  • 3. • Available from the drop-down search menu• Use MeSH to search for a particular term or concept
  • 4. Two major concepts: and (enter each concept into the search box one at a time)Example search:The Effects of Aspirinon Hypertension • Click on the link for your chosen term to see a list of subheadings
  • 5. 1. Do one search for‘aspirin’ 2. Check the boxes next to any subheadings you want to include and click the button
  • 6. 3. Do a second search for ‘hypertension’ 4. Check the boxes next to anysubheadings you want to include and click the ‘Add to search builder’ button
  • 7. 5. Once you have addedboth MeSH terms, click the button
  • 8. • Filter options appear to the left of your results • Click on a filter to apply it to yourLimit your search by using the Filters list searchin the left navigation bar • Multiple filters can be applied to your search
  • 9. • Click ‘Show additional filters’ to view all of PubMed’s available filters • Active filters will appear above your search results
  • 10. • Check the boxes to the left of the citations to select which articles you want to manage • You can ‘Send to:’ E-Mail • Or you can ‘Send to:’ Clipboard to see the items you’ve selected displayed for printing (OR to export your citations intoThe ‘Send to:’ Menu RefWorks!)
  • 11. • Click on the title of an article to see more information including:• Abstracts (when available)• MeSH terms• And… …finding the full text
  • 12. • Clicking on the Find It! button will show you if full text of that article is available• Can’t find full text?

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