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Medical Information Workshop (23 Jan 2007 )

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    • 1. BIOMEDICAL INFORMATION AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY A workshop introducing readers to the Library’s collections and electronic sources
    • 2. Today’s Programme
      • Start 2.00 pm
      • Biomedicine Print Resources (Richard Wakeford)
      • Integrated Catalogue Demonstration
      • Integrated Catalogue Hands on
      • Biomedicine Electronic Resources (Michael Stringer)
      • Demonstration
      • Hands on
      • Tour of reading rooms
      • Finish 4.00 pm
    • 3. Biomedicine Print Resources
      • Background to the British Library’s collection
      • Searching the collection
      • Access to the collection
    • 4. The British Library’s Collection
      • Founder collections
      • 18 th century - British Museum
      • 19 th century - Patent Office Library
      • 20 th century - National Central Library & National Lending Library
      • 1973 - The British Library founded
      • 1997 - Move to St Pancras
      • 2004 - Integrated Catalogue & Single collection
    • 5. The British Library’s Collection
      • Holdings
      • Humanities
      • Science Technology & Industry
      • DSC
      • Acquisitions
      • Legal Deposit
      • Purchased
    • 6. The British Library’s Collection
      • Access
      • Reading rooms in London & Yorkshire
      • Interlibrary loan & Document Supply
      • Readers
      • Anyone who wants to do research - for personal, work-related or academic purposes, innovators, entrepreneurs and researchers
      • Across all fields of study
      • Medical practioners, researchers, nurses, students & patients
    • 7. Biomedicine Print Resources
      • Serials
      • Peer reviewed journals
      • Magazines – trade, professional
      • Abstracting and indexing publications
    • 8. Biomedicine Print Resources
      • Books
      • Research and clinical monographs
      • Reference books (pharmacopoeias, professional directories)
      • Student textbooks
      • Patient information
      • Rare books and manuscripts
    • 9. Biomedicine Print Resources
      • Other publication types
      • Theses - UK doctoral
      • Conference proceedings
      • Reports & grey literature
      • Patents
      • - as intellectual property
      • - as information resource
      • Market research reports
      • Official publications
    • 10. Searching and Ordering from the Collection
        • Integrated Catalogue http://catalogue.bl.uk
      • A book: Cooper, Geoffrey. The cell. 2004
      • A journal issue: Cell 1994 vol 79 (6)
    • 11. Shelfmarks
        • A book: Cooper, Geoffrey. The cell. 2004
        • - Shelfmark   (B) 571.6
        • type subject code
      •   - Shelfmark   m06/14513 DSC
      • A journal : Cell
      • - Shelfmark (P) KH 66 -E (9)   type subject code language code sequence no .
        • - Shelfmark 3097.600000 DSC
    • 12. Using the Integrated Catalogue from Home or Workplace
      • Searching available 24 hours via http://catalogues.bl.uk
      • Requesting available during reading room opening hours Monday-Saturday
      • Science Technology & Medicine enquiry desk
        • [email_address]
        • T- 020 7412 7288
        • F - 020 7412 7217
        • http://www.bl.uk
    • 13. Access to the Collection
        • Document Supply
        • photocopies
        • loans
        • Interlibrary Lending / BL account customers
        • BL Direct http://direct.bl.uk with credit card payment
      • Reading Rooms
        • St Pancras Reading Rooms
          • - Science
          • - Business & Intellectual Property Centre
          • Colindale Reading Room
        • Boston Spa Reading Room
    • 14. Science Reading Rooms
      • Location
      • Social Science (Floor 1) - engineering
      • Science 2 - biology, medicine
      • Science 3 - biochemistry, physical sciences
      • Collection coverage
      • Biomedical research, medical practice
      • Open Access
      • Journals and books from 1997
    • 15. Business and Intellectual Property Centre
        • Location
        • Floor 1- directories, market research & business periodicals
        • Floor 2 - patents
        • Collection coverage
        • Pharmaceutical and health care industries
      • Open access
      • varies by title (6 months – 6 years)
    • 16. Ordering from Storage
      • Science
      • Orders for all titles before 1997
      • Humanities
      • Orders for all titles & all years
      • Healthcare (economics, ethics, management etc)
      • Biomedicine - for students & public
      • DSC
      • Orders for all titles & all years
      • Biomedicine & healthcare not held in London
      • Theses, conference proceedings, grey literature
    • 17. Ordering from Storage
      • Ordering by the catalogue
      • Delivery - 70 minutes / 2 hours / 6 hours / 48 hours
      • Kept for 3 more working days
      • Integrated Catalogue http://catalogue.bl.uk
      • Ordering on forms
      • DSC serials only
      • Delivery - 48 hours
      • Recent issues (<6mths) - “Loan Ban” - photocopies only
      • Kept for 5 more working days
    • 18. Electronic Resources
      • From the reading room home page
      • Full text electronic journals
      • ESTAR
      • Others – publisher collections
      • CD ROMs
      • On designated workstation in science 2 reading room –
      • Medicine Compendium and British Pharmacopoeia
      • Biomedical books with accompanying CD ROMs are
      • in store in Science 3 (ask at the Science 3 Enquiry Desk)
    • 19. Electronic Resources
      • General Biomedical Databases
      • Medline
      • EMBASE
      • Combined database search
    • 20. Electronic Resources
      • Specialist Biomedical Databases
      • VIA WebSpirs interface
      • Amed – Complementary and alternative medicine
      • British Nursing Index – UK focus on nursing and midwifery
      • CINAHL – American focus on nursing and midwifery
      • Global Health – International public health
      • Maternity & Infant Care – Pregnancy and birth
      • PsycInfo – Psychology and Mental health
    • 21. Electronic Resources
      • General databases
      • Web of Knowledge (Science Citation Index)
      • SCOPUS
    • 22. Electronic Resources
      • Healthcare Policy and Management
      • Resources available from the reading room Web pages under the following headings:
      • Gateways and portals
      • Bibliographic databases
      • UK Government sites
      • Organisations
      • Statistics
      • Compilations
    • 23. Electronic Resources
      • Some e-resources are free to the public and can be used off site
      • eg.
      • PubMed
      • Cochrane Library
      • TRIP
      • INTUTE: Health & Life Sciences (formerly OMNI)
      • Free medical journals online
      • The Open Access publishing model
    • 24. Document Supply
      • Document supply services from the British Library’s collections
      • Zetoc
      • Inside
      • BL Direct
    • 25. Hands on training
      • Search in ESTAR and bibliographic databases
    • 26. Tour of Science Reading Rooms
      • We hope this workshop has been useful to you
      • Please take a few moments to complete the evaluation form
      • Now we have a tour of the Science Reading Rooms