EBD session 1

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EBD session 1

  1. 1. EBD 1 Using the library Paula Funnell p.a.funnell@qmul.ac.uk Senior Academic Liaison Librarian (Medicine and Dentistry)
  2. 2. Learning outcomes • Become familiar with using the library web page • Be able to interpret a journal citation • Learn how to search for information effectively using the library search tools • Know how to access electronic resources
  3. 3. Library website www.library.qmul.ac.uk
  4. 4. IT facilities • Whitechapel: – Computers in the library on the ground floor and basement – Large computer room in Garrod Building • West Smithfield: – Computers in the library – Basement computers available 24/7 – Computer room 1st floor, Robin Brook Centre
  5. 5. Wireless Network • Enables you to connect to the QM teaching service network with your laptop • Use your Teaching Service username and password • Available in the libraries at Whitechapel, West Smithfield and Mile End • Contact IT Services for technical problems
  6. 6. Getting help • For general enquiries: www.library.qmul.ac.uk/contact • For more detailed subject specific enquiries: Paula Funnell Senior Academic Liaison Librarian, Medicine and Dentistry p.a.funnell@qmul.ac.uk
  7. 7. Library services and facilities quiz Try the quiz to see how much you’ve already learnt about the library Global Epidemiology & Evidence-Based Dentistry: BDS Year 1 Using the library Library services and facilities quiz
  8. 8. Journals Why fluoride? McGrady MG, Ellwood RP, Pretty IA. Dent Update. 2010 Nov;37(9):595-8, 601-2. Fluoride has been used in dentistry for over 100 years for the purpose of preventing dental caries. During this time there has been great debate over the mode of action, the optimum method of delivery, and the potential risks associated with its use. This, the first of three papers, will provide a summary of the history of the use of fluoride, the mode of action, benefits and different methods of delivery. It will also discuss the potential risk of dental fluorosis. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: This article aims to provide a background for general practitioners for the appropriate use of fluorides in dentistry, enable them to understand the wider significance of fluoride in dentistry and to be able to answer non-clinical questions raised by patients.
  9. 9. Journals Why fluoride? McGrady MG, Ellwood RP, Pretty IA. Dent Update. 2010 Nov;37(9):595-8, 601-2. Fluoride has been used in dentistry for over 100 years for the purpose of preventing dental caries. During this time there has been great debate over the mode of action, the optimum method of delivery, and the potential risks associated with its use. This, the first of three papers, will provide a summary of the history of the use of fluoride, the mode of action, benefits and different methods of delivery. It will also discuss the potential risk of dental fluorosis. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: This article aims to provide a background for general practitioners for the appropriate use of fluorides in dentistry, enable them to understand the wider significance of fluoride in dentistry and to be able to answer non-clinical questions raised by patients.
  10. 10. Journals Why fluoride? McGrady MG, Ellwood RP, Pretty IA. Dent Update. 2010 Nov;37(9):595-8, 601-2. Fluoride has been used in dentistry for over 100 years for the purpose of preventing dental caries. During this time there has been great debate over the mode of action, the optimum method of delivery, and the potential risks associated with its use. This, the first of three papers, will provide a summary of the history of the use of fluoride, the mode of action, benefits and different methods of delivery. It will also discuss the potential risk of dental fluorosis. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: This article aims to provide a background for general practitioners for the appropriate use of fluorides in dentistry, enable them to understand the wider significance of fluoride in dentistry and to be able to answer non-clinical questions raised by patients.
  11. 11. Library search tools • Library catalogue searches print and electronic books, journals and databases • Articles search enables you to find full text articles from the QM e-journals collection, free open access resources and electronic databases
  12. 12. Library search tools activity Work through the library catalogue and Articles Search activity on QM Plus Global Epidemiology & Evidence-Based Dentistry: BDS Year 1 Using the library Library catalogue and Articles Search activity
  13. 13. E-resources • 16,000 electronic journals titles • Databases • Increasing number of e-books Look out for the button for details of full text availability
  14. 14. Accessing e-resources • The library catalogue – For e-journals, e-books and databases • E-journals and databases search – For e-journals and databases • Articles Search – For full-text journal articles • Will need to login off campus
  15. 15. E-resources activity Use the finding e-journals activity on QM Plus to investigate the different ways to access e-resources Global Epidemiology & Evidence- Based Dentistry: BDS Year 1 Using the library finding e-journals activity
  16. 16. Preparation for session 2 • Watch the 13 minute presentation on study designs Global Epidemiology & Evidence-Based Dentistry: BDS Year 1 Introduction to databases and search engines Study designs in brief • Have a look at some of the examples of research papers

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