reachable via our cell phones if you cannot find us in the library! Business cards on front table!JDD: 602 689 5976 LG: 602-770-8995
Our staffWe also recommend that you get to know the hospital librarians and libraries if you visit there.The Tucson AHSL librarians are very willing to help you as well.
JacqueEspecially useful for learning issues you have heard this morning.One tool for EBM
Breast Neoplasms/genetics*Winner is:
Satisfaction with physician recommendation for and information about genetic counseling among breast cancer patients.Genetics Home ReferenceGenetic Counseling - MedlinePlus Health InformationBreast Cancer - MedlinePlus Health Information
2011 mastering medical information researching your learning issue finding the evidence_20110718
Managing Medical Information:Introduction to COM-Phoenix Library Services and Resources<br />
Where we fit in Prologue<br />Information Literacy<br />
General Library Information<br />Staffed Library Hours<br />Monday – Friday: 7:30 am – 10 pm <br />open for use with PBC card till midnight<br />Saturday – Sunday: 8 am – 8 pm<br />Printing<br />You will receive a code for the Xerox printer/copier in the library. <br />Contact Info <br />Front Desk: <br />(602) 827-2062<br />Location<br />The 550 Bldg., aka Bldg 1, Room 1254 (2nd floor) AND www.ahsl.arizona.edu<br />Security <br />602-478-8169 <br />
“Point-of-Care” Databases<br />DynaMed and Micromedex (on ArizonaMed)<br />UpToDate, MDConsult, andStat!Ref(are all available from the QuickLinks at the AHSL site)<br /> All resources updated often<br /> Evidence-based and unbiased information<br /> Some have patient information handouts<br /> Each of these has additional unique tools <br />
What is an authoritative website?<br />Who or what organization is the sponsor? <br />How current is its content? <br />Opinion? or facts? <br />Who is the target audience? <br />Is it an official site? Blog?<br />http://www.mlanet.org/resources/userguide.html<br />
Some Free and inexpensive iPhone Medical Apps<br />Davis’s Drug Guide<br />Diagnosaurus<br />Epocrates<br />Eponyms (for students)<br />EyeChart<br />iMurmur<br />Living Medical Textbooks<br />MedCalc<br />Medical Radio<br />Medical Radio<br />Medical Spanish<br />Medscape<br />Micromedex<br />Neuromind<br />New England Journal of Medicine<br />PubMed on Top Lite<br />Radiology 2.0: One night in the ED<br />Skyscape Medical Resources<br />Skyscape: RxDrugs and Outlines in Clinical Medicine (OCM)<br />Speed Bones MD<br />Speed Muscles MD<br />Stat ICD-9 Lite<br />Taber’s Medical Dictionary<br />
Hands on the keyboard please!<br />Contest rules: <br /><ul><li>5questions, one at a time!!
All students must complete each question before winner is determined.</li></li></ul><li>Searching for an article in Medline via PubMed<br />Finding articles using PubMed<br />AHSL PubMed<br />Search #1: <br /><ul><li>Articles are sometimes referenced by their PMID (an assigned unique identifier)
In the search bar of PubMed, type 21219598</li></ul>What is this article about? <br />What MeSH terms are used to identify it?<br />
Searching for an author in Medline via PubMed<br />Finding authors via PubMed<br />AHSL PubMed<br />Search #2:<br /><ul><li>Use the Single Citation Matcher in the center column to search for this auth
Search PubMed for Author name “Vadaparampil ST,”</li></ul>What is the title of the study? <br />What other medical resources might add to your knowledge?<br />Hint: See bottom of screen “+”<br />
Searching for a specific journal article<br />Search #3:<br />Finding a journal:<br />AHSL eJournals<br /> Search for the name of the Journal<br />A friend tells you that there is a funny article about pigeons published in Animal Cognition within the last couple of years. <br />What’s the title of this article??<br />
And the winner(s) are/is…<br />Handy Hints<br />
Where to find what…<br />Online Databases/indexes:<br />MEDLINE<br />PsycInfo<br />Web of Science<br />UA/AHSL Catalogs<br />AHSL EBM Search Engine<br />Google Scholar<br />To find articles, books, or book chapters ABOUT a topic or a combination of topics<br />Point of care products:<br /><ul><li>Dynamed
To find answers to clinical questions, practice guidelines, consensus statements, expert opinion, and patient education handoutsabout a topic, condition or procedure</li></li></ul><li>Resources for your CBI learning issues<br />
Sites for Patients, Families & Consumers<br />
That’s all for us for now…<br />Optional Learning Sessions to come... <br />
Your tasks for the rest of this session<br />Define your CBI personal learning objective(s)<br />Brainstorm potential search terms<br />List database(s) and/or other resources (i.e., Up-to-Date, Dynamed, etc.) are most appropriate to search<br />Perform your search(es)<br />Refine your search in terms of number and relevance of search returns<br />Access abstracts and full text for articles / text from Up-to-Date, Dynamed, etc.<br />Gauge relevance and quality of articles / text from Up-to-Date, Dynamed, etc.<br />
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