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  • Hello and good afternoon <br /> <br /> My name is Dean Giustini and I am the UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian and work out of the Diamond Health Care Centre at VGH …you can see we are located against the atrium on floor 2 of the Diamond as illustrated in the photo on this slide <br /> <br /> It’s my pleasure to speak to you as medical residents today about how the UBC library can support you during your residency <br />
  • As a resident at UBC, you are entitled to full access to the UBC Library online and in the physical libraries themselves <br /> <br /> We are here to help you find <br /> Information of various kinds <br /> e.g., such as research literature, primary research <br /> As well as books, journals (both electronic and print) <br /> Health statistics, and grey literature to support your report writing or to get alternative perspectives <br /> You are welcome anytime to come to me to discuss search strategies <br /> The UBC Library also supports your work if you must do a literature review <br /> Librarians are on hand to recommend databases to you, especially if you want to search beyond Medline <br /> We can explain in minute detail if you wish the differences between the PubMed database vs. Medline searching via OVID let’s say <br /> And we of course are on hand to recommend and take recommendations from you about which print book & e-resources to buy <br /> With respect to systematic reviews, we can <br /> Meet with you to hash out your topic <br /> Explain how to find grey literature or the ‘hard to find’ material on the web or elsewhere <br /> Discuss how to use Google & Google Scholar more efficiently <br /> Teach RefWorks <br /> How to use tools such as Zotero, Mendeley, Endnote <br />
  • The University now maintains two UBC Libraries in support of all of the faculty of medicine <br /> <br /> The Woodward Library on main campus UBC Point Grey <br /> The UBC Biomedical Branch Library in the Diamond Centre <br /> <br />
  • For UBC residents elsewhere in the province of British Columbia <br /> <br /> You too will have access to the University’s vast electronic and print resources <br /> <br /> And access to medical librarians either at your local academic or hospital library <br /> <br /> If you don’t know who your librarian is, please feel free to send me an e-mail and I’ll put you in touch with him or her

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  • UBC Library & Residents 2014 Dean Giustini | UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian | x62392 VGH Paetzvold Auditorium | July 8th, 2014 BMB Librarian’s (my) office
  • UBC Library Online: www.library.ubc.ca Dean Giustini | UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian | x62392 3. 1. OvidSP, Cochrane, DynaMed 2. BMJ, CMAJ, NEJM, etc.
  • For UBC medical residents, we can … • Help you find? • Information e.g., literature, books, journals, stats, grey lit • Discuss search strategies • Do literature reviews • Recommend databases beyond Medline • Explain PubMed vs. Medline • Recommend print book & e-resources • Provide help with systematic review searches? • Meet with you to hash out your topic • Explain how to get ‘hard to find’ material • Discuss how to use Google & Google Scholar more efficiently • Teach RefWorks • How to use tools such as Zotero, Mendeley, Endnote Dean Giustini | UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian | x62392 • Help you find? • Information e.g., literature, books, journals, stats, grey lit • Discuss search strategies • Do literature reviews • Recommend databases beyond Medline • Explain PubMed vs. Medline • Recommend print book & e-resources • Provide help with systematic review • Meet with you to hash out your topic • Explain how to get ‘hard to find’ material • Discuss how to use Google & Google Scholar more efficiently • Teach RefWorks • How to use tools such as Zotero, Mendeley, Endnote
  • UBC Libraries in Vancouver (Medicine) UBC Biomedical Branch Library, DHCC UBC Woodward Library, main campus Dean Giustini | UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian | x62392
  • UBC medical residents elsewhere in BC? …ask your local health / hospital librarian Dean Giustini | UBC Biomedical Branch Librarian | x62392