Getting Articles -- Loansome Doc Etc.: Professional & Clinical Information Skills Beyond UM (3)

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Using Google Scholar, PubMed LinkOut and Loansome Doc to get medical journal articles for clinicians in private practice, followed by pointers to free and open-access journals.

Using Google Scholar, PubMed LinkOut and Loansome Doc to get medical journal articles for clinicians in private practice, followed by pointers to free and open-access journals.

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  • 1. Professional & Clinical Information Skills Beyond UM (3) Patricia F. Anderson, [email_address] April 3, 2007
  • 2. Sessions
    • Mar. 27: PubMed for Clinicians
    • Mar. 29: Advanced PubMed (Productivity & Efficiency)
    • Apr. 3: Getting Articles: Loansome Doc Etc.(TODAY)
    • Apr. 5: Finding the Clinical Internet
  • 3. Handouts for Today
    • These slides
    • Loansome Doc Factsheet
  • 4. Articles Online
    • Google Scholar
    • PubMed
    • Others
  • 5. Getting Articles: Loansome Doc Etc.
    • Article on the Web:
      • Google Scholar
      • PubMedCentral / BioMedCentral
      • Other Open Access Journals
    • Loansome Doc
      • Get print or PDF copies from a library
      • Library doesn’t need to be near you, but needs to provide electronic access (such as PDFs)
  • 6. Articles from Google Scholar
    • Free articles
    • Fee articles
    • Your library
    • The publisher
  • 7. Google Scholar
    • Screenshot of Google Scholar homepage
  • 8. Google Scholar: Preferences
    • Remember to customize your Google Scholar preferences.
  • 9. Google Scholar: Preferences: Libraries
    • Even if you’re an alum, you can still set your preferences to find out if something is in the UM Libraries.
  • 10. Google Scholar: Searching
    • Same search we’ve been doing in PubMed works in Google …
  • 11. Google Scholar: Features
    • … and has additional features, like listing the top authors, related articles, and citation searching …
  • 12. Google Scholar: PubMed
    • … but often the results are still from PubMed.
  • 13. Google Scholar: Tips for Selecting Results
    • Links from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov are probably from PubMed, others aren’t.
  • 14. PubMed
  • 15. Articles from PubMed
    • Free articles
    • Limits
    • LinkOut
    • Loansome Doc
    • Your library
    • The publisher
  • 16. PubMed: Search Results
  • 17. PubMed: Select Article
  • 18. PubMed: Check for Links to Fulltext
  • 19. PubMed: Links to Free FullText in Results
    • Note fulltext icon
  • 20. PubMed: Limits
    • The Limits tab is useful for search results with articles you can get immediately online.
  • 21. PubMed: Limits: Fulltext
    • You can limit to full text, or to free fulltext.
    • NOTE: This may mean that you do not see the best article on a topic, but will get you something fast.
  • 22. PubMed: Limits: Results
  • 23. PubMed: Loansome Doc: What Is It?
    • Interlibrary Loan for healthcare professionals without a library
    • If you are affiliated with a library, you should use the interlibrary loan service from your library
    • Use LD if you are in private practice
  • 24. PubMed: Loansome Doc
    • Loansome Doc Homepage: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/loansomedoc/loansome_home.html
    • Loansome Doc Factsheet: http://www.nlm.nih.gov.proxy.lib.umich.edu/pubs/factsheets/loansome_doc.html
    • Loansome Doc: https://docline.gov/loansome/login.cfm
  • 25. PubMed: Loansome Doc
    • You get to Loansome Doc by clicking on the ORDER button in the blue bar on the left.
  • 26. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Homepage
  • 27. PubMed: Loansome Doc
    • Notice links on the right side of the homepage
  • 28. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Factsheet
  • 29. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Login or Signup
  • 30. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Login or Signup
  • 31. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Register
  • 32. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Registering
  • 33. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Find a Library
  • 34. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Select a Library
  • 35. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Select a Library
    • Our (UM) libraries …
  • 36. PubMed: Loansome Doc: UM
    • http://www.lib.umich.edu/taubman/ldregister.html
  • 37. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Select a Library
    • Note: Special requirements for our libraries
  • 38. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Select a Library
    • More details about special requirements and costs
  • 39. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Select a Library
    • More details
  • 40. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Contact Library
  • 41. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Contact Library
    • Authorization code
  • 42. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Contact Library
    • Who are you?
  • 43. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Contact Library
    • Accept restrictions
  • 44. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Terms of Use
  • 45. PubMed: Loansome Doc: My Info
  • 46. PubMed: Loansome Doc: My Info
  • 47. PubMed: Loansome Doc: Last Step
  • 48. More Ways to Find Articles
    • Scirus
      • http://www.scirus.com/
      • For scientific information only
      • Search directly in site
    • Recommended articles from other scientists and researchers
      • CiteULike: http://www.citeulike.org/
      • CiteSeer: http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/ (not med)
      • Connotea: http://www.connotea.org/
      • BioGUID: http://bioguid.info/
  • 49. Finding Free Journals
    • BioMedCentral: http://www.biomedcentral.com/
    • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ): http://www.doaj.org
    • FreeMedicalJournals: http://www.freemedicaljournals.com/
    • PubMedCentral: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/
  • 50. Assignment:
    • Use search topic from last class (or your comp care topic).
      • Identify 1 article from the search results that you want. Ideally, this would be one not available at UM, but you can request anything you want.
    • Create a Loansome Doc account using a non-UM email account, such as Gmail.
    • From off-campus request one article for delivery via Loansome Doc.
      • NOTE: This will mean using a credit card, and will probably cost $12 dollars. You will be able to use this account after graduating.
    • Print the screen showing your successful request.