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  • 1. BDent2 Library Project Review/Feedback session Jeremy Cullis Dentistry Library [email_address] COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 WARNING This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of the University of Sydney pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Do not remove this notice
  • 2.
    • Plan to cover:
    • Feedback on literature searches
    • Group Presentations 6 th of May
  • 3. Overall Impressions
    • MeSH (Medical subject headings) terms used almost universally for Medline searches
    • Keywords were used appropriately in EBM Reviews databases, though not always truncated.
    • MeSH plus keyword searches used in Medline in some cases – very good.
    • Searches were combined logically, for the most part
    • Make use of new interface options – delete searches that don’t work – makes tracing searches easier – less confusion.
    • EBM Reviews databases
      • Always truncate – use the * or $ symbols
      • Remember to add synonyms to your search strategy i.e.
      • (mouth or jaw or pharyngeal or tooth) and disease$
      • creutzfeld$ or cjd or vcjd
  • 4. 1a. Overview of the Disease
    • What is the disease?
    • Who does it affect?
    • What is its aetiology?
    • How is diagnosed?
    • Etc.
    • Etc.
    • Etc.
  • 5. 1b. Overview of the Disease
    • Background information:
    • Reference and text books are primary resources – check the Catalogue.
    • Use databases to find up to date information about diagnosis, aetiology, epidemiology etc
  • 6. 1c. Overview of the Disease
    • Subject search for the Disease.
    • Use subheadings to limit – diagnosis, etiology, epidemiology etc
    • Use terms such as overview, review etc as keywords
    • Use the Limits – Human, English Language, Review Articles etc
  • 7. 1d. Overview of the Disease Image: http://ezproxy.library.usyd.edu.au/login?url=http://gateway.ovid.com:80/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&NEWS=Y&MODE=ovid&PAGE=main &D=mesz&PAGE=main&LOGOUT=http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/health.html 17/04/2008
  • 8. 2a. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • Alzheimer Disease/ and Oral health/= 11
    • Huntington Disease/ and Oral Health/= 0
    • Parkinson Disease/ and Oral Health/= 3
    • Creutzfeld-Jakob Syndrome/ and Oral Health/= 0
    • Motor Neuron Disease/ and Oral Health/= 0
    • How can you find more?
  • 9. 2b. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • Oral Health:
    • Does the disease directly/indirectly lead to oral disease in the patient?
    • Does the disease directly/indirectly impact on the oral anatomy/physiology of the patient?
    • Do the symptoms and signs of the disease directly/indirectly impact on the patients oral health?
  • 10. 2b. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • How do you find articles on an oral disease and your topic?
    • For example: Bruxism
  • 11. 2b. Impact on the Patients Oral Health Image: http://ezproxy.library.usyd.edu.au/login?url=http://gateway.ovid.com:80/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&NEWS=Y&MODE=ovid&PAGE=main&D =mesz&PAGE=main&LOGOUT=http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/health.html 17/04/08
  • 12. 2b. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • Huntington Disease/ and Exp Stomatognathic Disease/ = 17
    • Cochrane: Will have to search each concept individually, truncating and using OR to combine like terms.
  • 13. 2f. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • How do find out if the disease has any impact on the oral anatomy and/or physiology of the patient?
    • For example: masticatory muscles
  • 14. 2g. Impact on the Patients Oral Health Image: http://ezproxy.library.usyd.edu.au/login?url=http://gateway.ovid.com:80/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&NEWS=Y&MODE=ovid&PAGE=main&D=mesz &PAGE=main&LOGOUT=http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/health.html 17/04/08
  • 15. 2h. Impact on the Patients Oral Health
    • Huntington Disease/ and Exp Stomatognathic System/ = 12
  • 16. 3a. Dental Management of the Patient
    • What effect will the disease have on the management of your patient?
  • 17. 3b. Dental Management of the Patient Image: http://ezproxy.library.usyd.edu.au/login?url=http://gateway.ovid.com:80/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&NEWS=Y&MODE =ovid&PAGE=main&D=mesz&PAGE=main&LOGOUT=http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/health.html 17/04/08
  • 18. 4a. Issue of Special Interest
    • Focus on a particular aspect of the disease –could be relates to the patients oral health or dental management, but also something interesting about the disease.
    • Examples of Dental Management:
    • Toothbrushing, communication
    • Effects on oral health (both direct and direct)
    • Xerostomia, Sialorrhea, bruxism etc
  • 19. 4b. Improve your search skills
  • 20. 5a. Group Presentations
    • Tuesday 6 th of May 8am – 9.30am
    • 4 locations:
      • Groups A1 – A7 : Eastern Avenue Seminar Room 310
      • Groups B1 – B9: Eastern Avenue Seminar Room 311
      • Groups C1 – C5: Eastern Avenue Seminar Room 403
      • Groups D1 – D8: Eastern Avenue Seminar Room 405
      • All Venues will have laptops & data projectors
      • Students are requested to bring their presentations on CD AND USB, and to arrive 20 minutes prior to the session , to allow time to load presentations.
  • 21. 5b. Group Presentations
    • Maximum of 10 minutes per group
    • Each group member has at least 2 minutes to speak.
    • If PowerPoint is to be used, a maximum of 6 slides.
    • PowerPoints slides must be referenced
  • 22. 5c. Group Presentations
    • Example:
    • Kampe, T 1987, 'Function and dysfunction of the masticatory system in individuals with intact and restored dentitions. A clinical, psychological and physiological study', Swedish Dental Journal - Supplement , vol. 42, pp. 1-68.
    • These can be placed at the bottom of each slide (if just 1 or 2)
    • If more than two place on an additional slide at the end of the presentation.
  • 23. 5d. Group Presentations
    • Sample slide:
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    • Kampe, T 1987, 'Function and dysfunction of the masticatory system in individuals with intact and restored dentitions. A clinical, psychological and physiological study', Swedish Dental Journal - Supplement , vol. 42, pp. 1-68.
  • 24. 5e. Group Presentations
    • Use the Harvard style
    • For more information on referencing:
    • http://www.library.uq.edu.au/training/citation/harvard.html
    • New resources:
    • Learn how to reference:
    • http://elearning.library.usyd.edu.au/learn/referencing/index.php
    • Test yourself:
    • http://elearning.library.usyd.edu.au/learn/referencing/activities/index.php
    • l
  • 25. 5f. Group Presentations
    • If using EndNote use the Harvard output style
    • EndNote is available on public access workstations in Library or for download from the EndNote X1 online tutorial:
    • http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/endnotex/index.htm
  • 26. 5g. Group Presentations
    • How does EndNote work?
    • It’s a program that allows you to organise your references and build bibliographies using a specific style.
    • Used mainly by Postgrads and researchers in the preparation of theses, journal articles etc
    • Can export references from Medline into EndNote then insert into Word.
    • Use the EndNote Copy Formatted command to copy and paste into PowerPoint.
  • 27. 5h. Group Presentations
    • Direct Export references from Medline to Endnote.
    • Run search
    • Mark references to export
    • Go to Results Manager
    • Select option in Results section
    • Select option in Fields section
    • Select Direct Export in Result Format section
    • Click Save
    • Endnote will open
    • Select your Library (must have a pre-existing library)
    • References will export into Endnote
  • 28. 5i. Group Presentations
  • 29. 5j. Group Presentations
    • Watch the Bulletin Board for updates closer to the day.