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    • 1. Navigating Clinical Information Resources Pat Redman, MSLS Liaison Librarian for Neurosurgery Taubman Medical Library Health Sciences Libraries May 24, 2007
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      • “ Although we do not know the absolute global figures, we do know that each year there are now at least 560,000 new MEDLINE articles including over 20,000 new randomized controlled trials. In daily terms, this means about 1500 new MEDLINE articles, including 60 randomized trials, being published every day ......Hence there is no shortage of research to read, but there is a shortage of time to read it.”
      • Source:
      • Glaziou, Paul. Managing the Evidence Flood. Surgical Clinics of North America 2006 86(1): 193-194.
    • 3. Today….
      • Accessing resources
      • Selecting the right resource
      • Searching: quick and advanced
      • Using email alerts to keep up
      • Citation searching; journal impact factors
      • Our work with other departments
      • Reality check
    • 4. 1. Accessing resources
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    • 7. Your links to full-text:
    • 8. Use PubMed Citation Matcher for quick access to an article
    • 9. 2. Selecting the right resource Use when… Source … you need all original research or when other resources fail you. PubMed/Ovid MEDLINE … you want reviews of individual clinically applicable original studies. ACP Journal Club … you have a therapy question and want comprehensive synthesis of all relevant RCTs. Cochrane Systematic Reviews … you need direction on current policy regarding diagnosis, therapy, or related clinical circumstances. National Guideline Clearinghouse … time is limited and no comprehensive review is sought. UpToDate
    • 10. Handout
      • Finding Evidence-Based Answers
      • to Clinical Questions –
      • Quickly and Effectively
    • 11. 3. Searching: quick & advanced
      • Question:
      • Is deep brain stimulation effective in treating advanced Parkinson disease?
    • 12. Quick searching
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    • 16. Advanced searching
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    • 20. 4. Using Email Alerts to Keep Up With the Literature
      • PubMed: saving to My NCBI
      • UM-Medsearch: saving as AutoAlert
      • ISI Web of Knowledge: Alerts
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    • 31. 5. Citation Searching
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    • 39. 6. Our work in other departments
      • Handout:
      • Information Skills Programs in Graduate Medical Education
    • 40. I can help:
      • Quick response to email and phone
      • Consultations by appointment
        • Help with expert searches for research projects, writing, grand rounds, clinical challenges
        • Setting up literature alerts
        • Using RefWorks to manage literature
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      • Pat Redman
      • [email_address]
      • 936-1396