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1 Celebrating National Medical Librarians Month 2005!

2 PubMed : What’s New and Let’s Review October 27, 2005 Beth A. Lewis, MLS Talbot Research Library

3 Today you will learn… How to save a search strategy How to set up an Auto Alert How to sort results using filters Full Author name searching and First Author Searching Setting up an RSS Feed for a PM search How to delete search statement numbers from History

4 And …. Easy ways to Limit search results The neatest way to print search results How to avoid printing/saving duplicates of search results The format that you must use to import to EndNote How to determine if TRL owns a title

5 And all this, too How to order interlibrary loans directly from PM An easy way to find articles like one that you love Searching and browsing the bookshelf AND MORE!

6 MEDLINE? PubMed? What’s the difference ?  Medline indexes journal literature in:  Medicine  Nursing  dentistry  Veterinary medicine  Health care system  Preclinical sciences  It goes back to 1966

7 What’s the difference? PubMed includes MEDLINE and more! OLDMEDLINE – medical literature from “out-of-scope” citations “in-process” citations Journals available in PubMed Central not included in MEDLINE Links – to full-text, to related records, to books in the “bookshelf” and more!

8 What’s NOT included in PubMed? Not all journals are included Meeting abstracts are not included Books and book chapters are not indexed PubMed does not supply full-text of journal articles; some publishers supply some full-text to the world for free but most full-text to journals is supplied by the Talbot Research Library by subscription

9 PubMed is popular and growing... Will add 600,000 citations this year There are over 15.5 million citations in PubMed 155 journals have been added in the last year 68,000,000 searches were done in March 2005 as compared to 59,200,000 in March 2004

10 Part 1: What’s New?

11 What’s New? My NCBI replaces Cubby and allows customization Filters added Highlighting added Spell-check added Autocomplete added for authors and journals New Author search features – Full Author Name search and First Author search RSS (Really Simple Syndication) added OLDMEDLINE goes back to 1950

12 “My NCBI” replaces “Cubby” Save search strategies Update search strategies Generate automatic updates for saved search strategies Choose filters to sort your search retrieval by categories

13 My NCBI on the PubMed screen

14 Step 1 - Register

15 Sign in screen

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18 Manually update or delete a search

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22 Filters-quickly and easily sort search results

23 Filters –sorts search results

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25 To add a filter for Fox Chase Holdings, Browse and then select Libraries

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28 Click on My Selections to see your filters

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30 Saving searches and Auto Alerts 1. Run a search in PubMed 2. Make sure that the last search statement ties everything together 3. Click on Save Search hyperlink (results page) 4. You will be prompted to sign in if not already signed in 5. Fill in the requested info on the screen 6. Click OK when finished

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36 PubMed adds Highlighting! Highlighted terms include your search terms as well as “mapped to” subject terms, and truncated words or phrases Highlighting must be turned on via My NCBI and is active only when you are signed into My NCBI

37 How to Activate Highlighting Sign in to My NCBI Click User Preferences on sidebar Select a color (yellow, green, plum, or aqua) and click OK

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39 Highlighting a phrase

40 Searched mad cow disease – why is this highlighted?

41 My NCBI – Facts and Review My NCBI allows you to store searches that can be updated manually or sent automatically My NCBI can have only one address address can be changed – click on User Preferences on the My NCBI sidebar

42 My NCBI - continued Subject searches, author searches, and journal title searches can be saved and updated Saved strategies can be changed to automatic alerts by clicking on Details on the saved search screen Saved search strategies can not be edited

43 More My NCBI Search statement numbers can be used in saved searches Highlighting can be turned on or off via User Preferences My NCBI will allow you to choose up to 5 filters (Review is a default) The “hammer and wrench icon” will link you to My NCBI Filters

44 RSS Feeds – just added! RSS is a web standard for the delivery of news and other frequently updated content RSS provides another way of keeping up-to- date An RSS reader is required Multiple PubMed searches can be set up for RSS feeds; PM RSS feeds will include citations retrieved since the last time you connected to your RSS reader

45 How to set up RSS Feed Run search Then choose RSS Feed from the Send to Pull-down menu

46 Name your search and limit the number of items to be displayed by each feed

47 After you click Create Feed, the system will generate an XML icon Click This!

48 Now you see the XML screen. Copy the URL from the address line and paste this into the “subscribe” form in your RSS reader

49 After subscribing successfully to a PubMed RSS feed, You will receive daily messages in your RSS reader

50 Setting up an RSS Feed for PubMed 1. Install an RSS reader 2. Perform search in PubMed; use “send to” dropdown to send to RSS Feed 3. Name your search then click “create feed” 4. Click on orange XML icon 5. Paste URL into your RSS reader

51 First Author Search Retrieve papers where a specified author appears as the first author Added to Single Citation Matcher Added to Limits Added to Index Designated with [1au] field tag

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54 From Preview/ Index page

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56 Single Citation Matcher Enhancements added this Spring First author searching Autocomplete for Journal Titles Autocomplete for Author names

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59 Full Author Names now searchable! Full author names have been added to PM records starting with 2002 publications Full author names are added to PM from journals that publish full author names as they are published in the original journal article

60 Full Author Indexing in a PubMed Record

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64 When Browsing full names in the Index, Must enter last name first

65 Full Author Name field added to Limits!

66 Notes on Full Name Author Searching Full Author Names cannot be used with the first author name search feature This feature limits retrieval to publications from 2002 forward and to journals that publish full author names You can use natural or inverted order with full author names, i.e. michael nance or nance michael

67 More on Full Author Names A comma is not necessary unless to distinguish last from first names, i.e. ryan, james Honorifics, i.e. Ph.D, are never included Do not use the truncation symbol (*) if you don’t know the middle initial Include a space between names that have multiple middle initials, Peter F H Schwab Do not include periods

68 Author Search Links added to PubMed Author names displayed in PubMed’s Abstract and Citation formats have become “search Links” to author searches Place your cursor over an author’s name and click to search for citations for that author

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71 More on Author Searching… Note this! when using author search links – if the author has published using another form of his name you won’t retrieve this, i.e. middle initials

72 Spell-check added

73 Part II – Features and Basic Searching Review Basic Searching History Limiting results Displaying / saving search results Clipboard Single Citation Matcher Book Shelf Links

74 MEDLINE? PubMed? What’s the difference ?  Medline indexes journal literature in:  Medicine  Nursing  dentistry  Veterinary medicine  Health care system  Preclinical sciences  It goes back to 1966

75 What’s the difference? PubMed includes MEDLINE and more! OLDMEDLINE – medical literature from “out-of-scope” citations “in-process” citations Journals available in PubMed Central not included in MEDLINE Links – to full-text, to related records, to books in the “bookshelf” and more!

76 What’s NOT included in PubMed? Not all journals are included Meeting abstracts are not included Books and book chapters are not indexed PubMed does not supply full-text of journal articles; some publishers supply some full- text to the world for free but most full-text to journals is supplied by the Talbot Research Library by subscription

77 PubMed is popular and growing... Will add 600,000 citations this year There are over 15.5 million citations in PubMed 155 journals have been added in the last year 68,000,000 searches were done in March 2005 as compared to 59,200,000 in March 2004

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80 Basic Searching Type a word or phrase in the search box and hit GO Combine search terms with connectors or “operators” : AND, OR, NOT These connectors must be typed in upper case letters!

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84 History Build and control your searches by adding, combining, grouping and/or deleting search statements

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86 TIP! Right click your mouse on a search statement number for more options!

87 Some easy ways to Limiting Search Results Detail box Limits – some that tend to be ignored Date range Subsets

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89 Change text word to title word!

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94 Don’t forget to use your filters!

95 Useful subsets Core clinical Journals Cancer Nursing Journals TIP! In order to search the pre-1966 literature you must choose the OLDMEDLINE subset

96 Managing your search results Display format Number of results to show Options to “capture” your desired results

97 Use the pull- down arrow next to Display to change format from Summary

98 TIP! Display in Abstract format to see the full-text links!

99 TIP! Use MEDLINE to save citations to import into ENDNOTE !

100 Tired of flipping pages? Use Show to put all of your reference on one page!

101 Options to capture your results! Send to Text Send to File Send to Send to Clipboard

102 Tip! Send to Text for a clean print out

103 search results to yourself or to a colleague NOTE: Only one address can be used at a time

104 Clipboard Perform multiple searches and keep desired references in one place No duplicates! Select format, print, save, and search results

105 Select results and then choose Send to Clipboard NOTE! If you do not select then ALL results will go to the Clipboard

106 The numbers of selected citations turn green; message indicates number of citations sent to the Clipboard

107 To get to results sent to Clipboard, click on the Clipboard tab

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109 Order your interlibrary loan articles via Loansome Doc

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116 Tip! Ordering interlibrary loan articles via Loansome Doc will save you a step!

117 Single Citation Matcher Find missing parts of references Verify references Prepare bibliographies Produce tables of contents

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122 Links Holdings Links Related Articles Links Links to Bookshelf

123 1.Connect to PubMed via the Library’s homepage 2.Display in Abstract format

124 Please Note! Not all journals participate in linkout! If you don’t see a link to a journal in PM, be sure to check the Journals Holdings List (or WebCat) before ordering it!!

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126 Displayed in “rank” order, most to least relevant

127 Links to Books from the Bookshelf

128 Phrases become hypertext links to passages in the Bookshelf

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132 You can access the Bookshelf by selecting Books from the pulldown menu

133 Search the entire collection or select a book to search or browse

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135 Print this section using your browser’s print function

136 Browse a book’s TOC

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138 We can help you… Search Service…no fee! Help with strategy Set up Auto Alerts Individual / small group search training


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