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Pubmed

  1. 1. William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library
  2. 2. Goals and Objectives • Build a search using MeSH • Limit your search usingThis tutorial will show PubMed filters you how to conduct research using • Manage your search results PubMed • Finding Full Text
  3. 3. • Available from the drop-down search menu• Use MeSH to search for a particular term or concept
  4. 4. Two major concepts: and (enter each concept into the search box one at a time)Example search:The Effects of Aspirinon Hypertension • Click on the link for your chosen term to see a list of subheadings
  5. 5. 1. Do one search for‘aspirin’ 2. Check the boxes next to any subheadings you want to include and click the button
  6. 6. 3. Do a second search for ‘hypertension’ 4. Check the boxes next to anysubheadings you want to include and click the ‘Add to search builder’ button
  7. 7. 5. Once you have addedboth MeSH terms, click the button
  8. 8. • Filter options appear to the left of your results • Click on a filter to apply it to yourLimit your search by using the Filters list searchin the left navigation bar • Multiple filters can be applied to your search
  9. 9. • Click ‘Show additional filters’ to view all of PubMed’s available filters • Active filters will appear above your search results
  10. 10. • Check the boxes to the left of the citations to select which articles you want to manage • You can ‘Send to:’ E-Mail • Or you can ‘Send to:’ Clipboard to see the items you’ve selected displayed for printing (OR to export your citations intoThe ‘Send to:’ Menu RefWorks!)
  11. 11. • Click on the title of an article to see more information including:• Abstracts (when available)• MeSH terms• And… …finding the full text
  12. 12. • Clicking on the Find It! button will show you if full text of that article is available• Can’t find full text?

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