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1 To print your results, click on the printer icon. Choose from the printing options suggested. You can choose to remove items from folder after printing if you want. Then click to print. To , click on the mail icon. There are some similar options regarding the format. Fill out the information and once done click on Send. To save the references to a separate file, click on the disk icon. Again there are some similar format options here. You can also choose to include HTML links to articles in the saved file. Once the selections have been made click on Save. While saving, ing and printing search results can be useful in their own ways, if you have a citation management tool such as EndNote or RefWorks it makes for easy manipulation of these references in the future. If you want to export to a citation manager use the export icon and select the citation manager that you have access to. This slide describe how to use the Printing, ing Saving and Exporting References Buttons available in CINAHL. We will look at these options.

2 We have opened the Chloroquine+ Articles folder and also will click on the Select all option for the 5 articles. Finally, we will click on the Save to File icon.

3 In the Save Manager mode, we will Include when saving the following options: HTML links(s) to articles(s) and Standard Field Format and click on the Save icon.

4 Note that the 5 article(s) will be saved. Listed in the text are instructions on how to save the file from a web browser including options for saving as a plain text file (.txt) or a plain HTML/Web page (.html). You will be able to save this file on the computers C: drive, a flash drive or CD-Rom.

5 We now have clicked on the icon and accessed the Manager mode. We have entered an address and Subject and clicked on the Send icon. Note: if you click on Continue, you will return to the My Folder.

6 We have displayed some of the results in the message sent by EbscoHost. This option is useful when you do not have a flash drive or CD-Rom or want to send the search information to a colleague. Note: you will need each articles citation information to locate the full-text in HINARI.

7 In My Folder, we have activated the same search and entered the Search History/Alerts option. You now have options to Print Search History, Retrieve Searches, Retrieve Alerts and Save Searches/Alerts. We will click on the Save Searches/Alerts link.

8 On the Save Searches/Alerts page, we will enter a Name of Search/Alert (Chloroquine+) and Description (Chloroquine with Pyrimethamine AND Sulfadoxine) and click on Save.

9 In My Folder: Saved Searches, the recently saved search is displayed. It also is noted in the My Folder/Saved Searchers list. We now will click on the Retrieve Saved Search hyperlink. Note that you have the Select/deselect all, Delete Items and Move To options.

10 For the recently saved search, the Search Terms, and previously assigned Search Options are listed. In the Actions column, you have Rerun, Revise Search and View Details options. Note: any other saved searches also will be displayed.

11 We have returned to the Save Searches / Alerts page and will set up an Alert for this search. We have clicked on Save Search As Alert, with a Once a month Frequency, Articles Published within the last One Year, Run Alert for One Year and Brief Alert results format. Go to the next slide for the remaining Alert options.

12 To complete this Alert, we have added an Address, chosen Plain Text Results format and clicked on the Include in Query and Frequency boxes. Finally, we will click on Save.

13 This slide confirms that the Alert has been created and lists the various options that have been chosen. Remember that you must be signed into your MyEBSCOhost account to save searches or alerts.

14 This message is the EBSCOhost Alert Notification for the recently created alert. Note the Alert Name: Chloroquine+, Database: CINAHL, Run Alert For: One Year with a Frequency: Monthly.

15 In order to access the full-text articles from a CINAHL search, we will need to return to the Full-text journals, databases and other resources page of HINARI. Note the You are logged in message. This confirms that you will have access to the HINARI full-text articles.

16 Accessing journals by title 1 We will proceed to locate one of the the journal articles from the search – A Trial of Combination Antimalarial Therapies in Children from Papua New Guinea. Karunaajewwa, HA & Others; New England Journal of Medicine, 2008 Dec 11; 359(24): Click on N from the Find journals by title A-Z list.

17 Next, we will click on the hyperlink to the New England Journal of Medicine. Note that the green box confirms that you will have access to the full-text articles.

18 We have entered the BROWSE PAST ISSUES option and will click on the link to the 2008 issues.

19 From the 2008 issues page, we will click on the link to Vol. 359, No. 24.

20 After entering the specific issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, we have scrolled down the table of contents page and located the article. We now click on the link the PDF version.

21 This is the initial page of the pdf file of the article A Trial of Combination Antimalarial Therapies in Children from Papua New Guinea. This is the end of CINAHL Database for HINARI Users. There is a workbook to accompany this module. The workbook will take you through a live session covering the topics included in this demonstration with working examples. Updated


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