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RESP 205


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RESP 205

  1. 1. Respiratory Care<br />
  2. 2. Google and Medical Databases<br />
  3. 3. Google Search<br />
  4. 4. Getting to the Databases<br />
  5. 5. MEDLINE with FULL-text<br />Use the MeSH (Medical Subject Headings)<br />The word you might use for something may not be the same word that is used in the database<br />Located at the top of the page<br />You can limit your search here<br />Using subheadings<br />Example: ARDS – Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome<br />
  6. 6. Review Results<br />Limits – Search options link<br />Narrow results by:<br />Subheadings<br />Publication<br />Age<br />Gender<br />
  7. 7. Search Strategy <br />Completed the very basic search<br />Add to your search<br />Synonyms for your original search word<br />Abbreviations<br />Boolean – AND, OR<br />Select a field – a field to search within the article – Title, Abstract, All text, etc.<br />Select more than one term in the MeSH<br />A little more complicated<br />
  8. 8. FULL-TEXT …<br />HTML full-text<br />This is just the text, no graphs, pictures, etc.<br />It’s a little harder to read<br />PDF full-text<br />This is the best copy<br />Looks exactly like the journal page<br />Check here for full-text<br />May or may not own it<br />May link to a journal that we own OR<br />May have to interlibrary the article<br />
  9. 9. Interlibrary Loan …<br />A library service<br />Register<br />Receive books and journal articles that we do not own<br />Articles will come to your HVCC email account<br />Books will arrive at the HVCC library and are picked up at the circulation desk <br />Interlibrary Loan does take some time … plan ahead if you would like to use it<br />
  10. 10. Extra features<br />PMID number<br />My EBSCO account<br />Storing articles<br />
  11. 11. My EBSCO … Saving your Work<br />Create an account for yourself and save your work to return to it later<br />Save items to the folder<br />Pro: Review your articles, see which ones you really want and which ones you don’t need<br />Pro: Gather all of your articles in one place<br />Pro: It’s mobile! Open you’re MY EBSCO account and save articles to it while working in the library. Go home and sign into you’re MY EBSCO account and continue working. Also, see the items that have already been saved. <br />Con: You forget to sign into My EBSCO and lose your work. Not recommended!<br />
  12. 12. PubMedanother Medical Database<br />
  13. 13. PUBMED <br />Located at<br />Use the basic search screen<br />Example : Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome – then look at the Search details on the right hand side<br />MeSH database – on the side<br />Click on see more<br />MeSH term is search<br />Limits – advanced search<br />
  14. 14. PuBMED<br />My NCBI account – save articles – upper right hand corner – save to a collection<br />Send to – clipboard for quick temporary storage<br />Free full-text articles<br />PMID number – unique number like the Ascension number in Medline Plus full-text<br />
  15. 15. MedLINE with Full Text andPubMED<br />The same information just different interface!<br />Both have the ability to save information in your own personal account.<br />+ MEDLINE with Full-Text – our electronic journals are connected to the database<br />+ PubMed – available everywhere<br />+ PubMed – more powerful searching<br />
  16. 16. Searching in A journal<br />Chest<br />Do we own it?<br />Look in the Journal list<br />Search from here<br />
  17. 17. Citing Material<br />Vancouver referencing<br />Look at the resource guide – respiratory guide for instructions and examples<br />
  18. 18. Vancouver Referencing <br />Reference list appears at the end of the paper<br />Entitle the page “References”<br />Entries appear in one numerical sequence in the order the material is cited in the text of your paper<br />
  19. 19. Vancouver Referencing - Journal Titles<br />Journal abbreviations are used – not the full title of the journal<br />Finding the journal abbreviations – go to PubMed; select the Journal Database and type in the title of the journal – click go<br />Once the title appears look next to that and the title abbreviation should be there<br />
  20. 20. Vancouver Referencing – In text citations <br />Everything is numbered, starting with 1<br />If you quote number 1 again, then you continue to use the same number<br />
  21. 21. Searching FOR Books …<br />Library Catalog<br />Searches books in the HVCC library<br />Ebooks<br />World Cat Online Catalog<br />Searches college and university libraries throughout the US and internationally<br />