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PubMed & Beyond

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Workshop presented at the McGill University Health Centre on March 23, 2011

Workshop presented at the McGill University Health Centre on March 23, 2011

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    • 1. PubMed & Beyond March 23, 2011 ROBIN FEATHERSTONE SLIDES: www.slideshare.net/featherr
    • 2. What is the difference between PubMed & MEDLINE? www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/dif_med_pub.html
    • 3. Which citations would you find with a MeSH search?
    • 4.  
    • 5. Objectives
      • After today ’ s class you will be able to select and utilize an expanded set of tools to analyze and review PubMed citations
    • 6. Agenda
      • The Regular Update
            • E-mail updates in MyNCBI
      • The Analysis
            • GoPubMed
      • The Reference Review
            • SCOPUS
      • The Rush Job
            • Pubget
    • 7. 1. The Regular Update
      • You want to stay up to date on the latest publications, but don ’ t have time to run regular searches
    • 8. Regular Update Strategy
      • Start an account with PubMed (MyNCBI)
      • Execute a quality search
      • Save it
      • Set it to run on regular intervals
      • Summaries of new publications will be emailed to you
      • DEMO
    • 9. Exercise – 10 minutes
      • Run a search on a topic of interest to you
      • Save it (set up a MyNCBI account if you don ’ t have one)
      • Set up an email alert
    • 10. 2. The Analysis
      • You need an overview of scholarly activity within your field
    • 11. PubMed search
    • 12. DEMO : www.gopubmed.org
    • 13. Exercise – 10 minutes
      • Find GoPubMed on the web
            • www.gopubmed.org
      • Run a search on a topic that interests you
      • Find out:
            • Who is the top author in the field?
            • When did publications on this topic start to appear in the literature?
            • Which journal published the most articles on this topic?
    • 14. 3. The Reference Review
      • You have found a couple of good articles and want to find MORE
    • 15. Reference Review Strategy
      • Find the references for your paper using SCOPUS
      • Use SCOPUS to find out who has cited your paper since it was published
      • DEMO
    • 16. Exercise – 10 minutes
      • Link to SCOPUS from the MUHC Libraries website: http://muhclibraries.mcgill.ca/
      • Find this article:
      • Hagen, N. A., et al. (2008). Tetrodotoxin for moderate to severe cancer pain: A randomized, double blind, parallel design multicenter study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 35 (4), 420-429.
      • Who has cited this paper? Link to a citing article and view their references
    • 17. 4. The Rush Job
      • You need the full-text of an article RIGHT NOW!
    • 18. Rush Job Strategy: Pubget - DEMO
    • 19. Exercise – 10 minutes
      • Find Pubget on the web
            • http://pubget.com
      • Search for articles on topics of interest to you
    • 20. Recap
      • To set up email alerts, ____ your search in ____
      • Before linking to Pubget, remember to ____
      • SCOPUS is a ____ tool, useful for finding ____
      • Use ____ to find out which journal has published the most articles on you topic
      • Your library can ____

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