Presentation on theme: "Beyond Google: Finding, Filtering, and Managing Clinical Information Bob Cupryk, MLS Pam Hargwood, MLIS NRSA Post Doctoral Fellowship-Family Medicine February."— Presentation transcript:
Beyond Google: Finding, Filtering, and Managing Clinical Information Bob Cupryk, MLS Pam Hargwood, MLIS NRSA Post Doctoral Fellowship-Family Medicine February 2, 2010
UMDNJ RWJ Library: More than books and journals!
The Virtual RWJ Library http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb
Electronic Journals A-Z listing of all electronic journals is found on our website at http://sfx.umdnj.edu/cgi-bin/index.cgi http://sfx.umdnj.edu/cgi-bin/index.cgi Links provided in databases from the citation to the full text
Electronic Books American Academy of Family Physicians: AAFP Conditions A to Z, 2008 (STAT!Ref) Barker: Principles of Ambulatory Medicine, 7th ed., 2007 (Books@Ovid) Dambro: Griffith's 5-Minute Clinical Consult, 14th ed., 2006 (STAT!Ref) or (Books@OVID) Ferri: Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2008: Instant Diagnosis & Treatment, 10th ed., 2008 (MD Consult) Fiebach: Barker, Burton, and Zieve’s principles of ambulatory medicine, 7th ed., 2007 (Books@Ovid) Gonzales: Current Practice Guidelines in Primary Care, 2008 (AccessMedicine) Goroll: Primary Care Medicine, 5th ed., 2006 (Books@Ovid) Goroll: Primary Care Medicine Recommendations, 2002 (Books@Ovid) Noble: Textbook of Primary Care Medicine, 3rd ed., 2001 (MD Consult) Rakel: Textbook of Family Practice, 7th ed., 2007 (MD Consult) Singleton: Primary Care, 1st ed., 1999 (Books@Ovid) South-Paul: Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Family Medicine, 2nd ed., 2008(AccessMedicine) Taylor: Family Medicine Principles and Practice, 6th ed., 2003 (STAT!Ref) Taylor: Manual of Family Practice, 2nd ed., 2002 (Books@Ovid) Zuber: Atlas of Primary Care Procedures, 2003 (Books@Ovid)STAT!RefBooks@OvidSTAT!RefBooks@OVIDMD ConsultBooks@Ovid(AccessMedicine)Books@Ovid MD Consult Books@Ovid(AccessMedicine)STAT!RefBooks@Ovid
Multimedia Collections Anatomy TV Online 3D model of human anatomy ImagesMD 70,000 high-quality images spanning all of internal medicine. Licensed for use in presentations Bates Guide to Physical Exam 18 chapters, streaming video
Databases More than 80 databases listed on our website! Covering medicine, nursing, psychology, biology, business, consumer health, social sciences, education, to name a few What’s a resident to do?
MEDLINE OvidSP Medline Advanced tab (build your search step by step) Basic tab (natural language – google like) Both interfaces provide links to full-text (FindIt@UMDNJ) PubMed Pubmed Link From UMDNJ Library site links to full- text (FindIt@UMDNJ) MD Consult
Seamless linking When searching MEDLINE and other databases look for the FindIt@UMDNJ button Allows you to locate and, where possible, link to full-text articles regardless of the provider or source. You no longer have to search in a database and then separately check the UMDNJ Libraries holdings information. If article is not available electronically, provides a link to request article
Resources for your PDA Access Medicine (parts of product) Select “Download for PDA” from top of each information page Access Medicine DEMODEMO DynaMed Click on “About Us” at top of screen DynaMed Flash FactsFlash Facts Essential Evidence Plus Select “Download EE+ for PDA” from EE+ homepage Screen Shots of EE+ on PDA Screen Shots
Subject Toolkits Toolkits: Quick guide to e-resources available through our library on a particular subject Examples: Family Practice, Evidence Based Medicine, Drug Information
Prefer Google? Try Google Scholar for clinical searchesGoogle Scholar Search engine for scholarly information Links to articles, books, theses, abstracts, and technical reports Library search option to find local libraries that own text Want more information? http://scholar.google.com/scholar/about.html
Still stuck, can’t find the information you are looking for???