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  • HEAL (Health Education Assets Library) University of Utah Health Sciences Library Open Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI) Ovid Technologies UA Only Health Business FullTEXT Elite EBSCO UA Only Health Services and Sciences Research Resources (HSSR) NLM Open Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) UCLA Latin American Center UA Only Household Products Database CDC Open Human Genome Resources NCBI Open
  • Note JournalsBooksE booksDatabases, e.g. business, artQuick Links—allServices—allCampusHealth TopicsCHI
  • SOME FOR YOUSOME FOR YOUR OFFICE STAFFSOME FOR YOUR PATIENTS
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    • 1. Medical Info e-Resources from A to Z
      Jacqueline D Doyle, MS
      UA College of Medicine Library, Phoenix
      February 3, 2010
      Room 2208
    • 2. A to Z
    • 3. Are you:
      A super user of library e-resources?
      Novice user?
      Use a library, either online or in person, once a year, daily, weekly, or ??
      Use Google only or primarily?
      Successful always or sometimes?
      Frustrated because of wasted time searching?
      Lucky enough to have a great assistant, researcher or librarian?
      An instructor who has your students or residents research for you?
      Tell me about you…
    • 4. Learning Objectives
      Access and use the resources in Arizona Health Sciences Library (AHSL) and your home medical library or AZHIN for clinical care, education and research
      Find/download specific articles in Phoenix area libraries and the AHSL
      Maximize your effective use of PubMed Medline
      Name at least 5 other quality online health information resources
      Take advantage of RefWorks to create and maintain reference lists and bibliographies
    • 5. Save you time and frustration
    • 6. http://www.azhin.org
    • 7. Our teaching hospital libraries
    • 8. 1. Navigating the AHSL
    • 9. What you can do at the library site
      Locate books (electronic and print)
      Search and find articles
      Search databases, e. g., Medline, Web of Science, etc.
      Access MD Consult and other clinical reference tools
      Order items from Tucson and other libraries
      Use RefWorks to download and manage your references and create bibliographies
      Use AZHIN-based resources (if your hospital is a member)
      Ask a question of the librarian-on-duty
      Request an item from another library
      Search databases other than medical, e.g., business…
      Find information to give to patients and staff
      And more…
    • 10. http://www.ahsl.arizona.edu
    • 11. 2. Find a specific article in Phoenix area libraries or the AHSL (PubMed as example)
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15.
    • 16.
    • 17. Single Citation Matcher
    • 18. 3. Take full advantage of PubMed
    • 19. Identify articles (or a certain article) on your topic
      Personalize settings (MyNCBI)
      Present search results in the format you create
      Enable you to download results for importing into RefWorks
      Run auto searches on a schedule you identify
      Enable you to request articles for libraries you select
      Search > 5,200 journals in many languages, published since 1948
      Provide quick tutorials in case you forget how to do something
      Enable you to set up a personalized MyNCBI Account
      Enable you to retrieve the actual article—sometimes…
      What PubMed can do for you
    • 20. PubMed Tutorials
    • 21.
    • 22.
    • 23. Create your MyNCBI Account
    • 24. Set Filters and Icons
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    • 25. Select Preferences
    • 26. Use your MyNCBI Account
    • 27.
    • 28. Click on Advanced Search
    • 29. Health Care Reform, 2009, English, Full Text
    • 30. 4. Name at least 5 other quality online health information resources
    • 31.
    • 32. DynaMed
    • 33. Online health and medical Sites
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      www.pubmed.gov
      www.medlineplus.gov
      www.azgolocal.org
      www.azhealthinfo.org
      www.webmd.com
      www.nia.nih.gov
      www.aarp.org
      http://cdc.gov/
      • http://www.ama-assn.org
      • 34. http//familydoctor.org
      • 35. www.Healthfinder.gov
      • 36. http://www.mayoclinic.com
      • 37. www.KidsHeath.org
      • 38. http://www.4woman.gov
      • 39. http://www.noah-health.org
      • 40. http://caphis.mlanet.org
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    • 41. Guidelinesfor determining website authority
      • Who is the sponsor? Provides insight on the credibility of information published on the site.
      • 42. How current is it? Should be updated frequently; as health information changes constantly.
      • 43. Opinion? Or facts? If facts, can be verified from a primary information source.
      • 44. Target audience? Should clearly state whether the information is intended for the consumer or the health professional
      • 45. Official site of an organization? A personal blog?
      http://www.mlanet.org/resources/userguide.html
    • 46. 5. Use RefWorks
    • 47. Find RefWorks under Quick Links
    • 48. PubMed-Change Display Settings to Send to RefWorks
    • 49. PubMed Medline Display
    • 50. Managing References
    • 51. Import refs from PubMed
      Copied/pasted from PubMed Medline Display
    • 52. End Result
    • AHSL Phoenix550 East Van Buren Street(Bldg 1, Room 1256)(602) 827-2062 (Lindsey Greene)(602) 827-2013 (Jacque Doyle)
      AHSL Tucson1501 N. Campbell Ave. PO Box 245079Tucson, AZ 85724(520) 626-6125 – Front Desk
      AHSL-Phx Librarians
    • 55. UA Clinical Education Librarians
    • 56. AHSL-Phoenix URL: http://ahslphoenix.wordpress.com/
    • 57. Learning Objectives
      Access and use the resources in Arizona Health Sciences Library (AHSL) and your home medical library or AZHIN for clinical care, education and research
      Find/download specific articles in Phoenix area libraries and the AHSL
      Maximize your effective use of PubMed Medline
      Name at least 5 other quality online health information resources
      Take advantage of RefWorks to create and maintain reference lists and bibliographies
    • 58. Questions?
    • 59. Many thanks
      Jacque Doyle
      jddoyle@email.arizona.edu
      602-827-2031 Office
      602-678-5976 Mobile
      In the 550 Bldg, aka Bldg 1, corner of Van Buren and 5th St.

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