Archive for the ‘NLM Resources’ Category
Monday, August 9th, 2010
National Library of Medicine’s Training for You Locally!
PubMed® and TOXNET® and Beyond Training in Kentucky!
The National Training Center and Clearinghouse (NTCC), in conjunction with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Greater Midwest Region (NN/LM GMR) and local universities in Kentucky is offering FREE hands-on classes!
The University of Louisville at the Health Sciences Center Campus in Louisville, KY and the University of Kentucky Health Science Learning Center in Lexingtion, KY will host these sessions. They will be taught by the staff of the NTCC: (more…)
Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
PubMed® (PubMed.gov) has updated several features
- Clinical Queries: One search on this updated page gives results across Clinical Study Categories, Systematic Reviews AND Medical Genetics
- Send to E-mail: Abstract Format now defaults to NOT including MeSH information
- Advanced Search page is cleaner
- Discover Ads, those boxes in the right hand column, are also cleaner and allow one to minimize the box
- My NCBI allows sign ins to Partner Organizations’ Accounts
Other Notables Issues
- StopWords: Even if a Stopword is in the Title, it cannot be used as a search term
Tuesday, May 4th, 2010
To make it easier for users to find its content, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Radiation Event Medical Management (REMM) web portal has been renamed. The new name is Radiation Emergency Medical Management. Visit the website at http://www.remm.nlm.gov/
REMM provides guidance on diagnosis and treatment of radiation events and is designed for health care providers, primarily physicians, without formal expertise in radiation safety or radiation medicine who may provide medical care during an accidental or non-accidental radiation event.
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
NLM heard your requests! Search results may now be customized and saved using My NCBI. Sign into My NCBI, click on PubMed Preferences, and then Result Display Settings. Set for Summary or Abstract (non-text format), the number of items viewed per page, and the default sort. Every time you sign into My NCBI, those settings will be active.
For more details, visit: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/ma10/ma10_pm_results.html
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
The NLM® Special Queries page now includes a link to a new subject page on Research Reporting Guidelines and Initiatives: By Organization.
This page lists, in chart form, guidelines for reporting the results of research in several biomedical disciplines. The Research Reporting Guidelines Search link offers a MEDLINE®/PubMed® search strategy including subject terms related to the organizations responsible for developing these guidelines. At this time, the search strategy retrieves 1700 citations in PubMed.
Research reporting guidelines usually “specify a minimum set of items required for a clear and transparent account of what was done and what was found in a research study, reflecting, in particular, issues that might introduce bias into the research” (adapted from the EQUATOR Network Resource Centre). (more…)
Thursday, December 10th, 2009
by Diane Nordeng
VA Medical Center
MyHealtheVet (http://www.myhealth.va.gov) is an award-winning website that was developed for the veterans in the Fall of 2003. It is an online Personal Health Record and offers veterans access to Veterans Administration (VA) health care any time through the internet. MyHealtheVet is the gateway to web-based tools that empower veterans to become better partners in their health care. The site is constantly adding new features and the latest is the capability of the veteran to order prescriptions online by seeing the names of the drugs–not just numbers. Future features will include access to lab results, appointments and secure messaging to the provider.
At the Fargo North Dakota VA Medical Center, the Library and Education staff work together to assist veterans with MyHealtheVet registration, In-Person-Authentication and general orientation to the website. One of the Medical Library links on this website is a link to Medlineplus®, and it seemed like a natural fit to have copies of the NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine available to give to the veterans in connection with registering for this website and also an excellent opportunity to advertise this great magazine. They can take a copy home and if they like it, sign up for a free subscription with the card included.
It’s a win-win situation for the veterans and NLM!
Monday, November 30th, 2009
December 1, 2009, has been designated World AIDS Day in order to bring attention to the increasing prevalence of HIV and AIDS. Organizations around the world will be joining together to promote awareness and education of HIV/AIDS through a variety of events.
The Specialized Information Services division of the National Library of Medicine provides information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and research for the public, researchers/scientists, health professionals and students/educators at: http://sis.nlm.nih.gov/hiv.html
For more information on HIV/AIDS and World AIDS Day, please see: http://www.aids.gov or http://www.worldaidsday.org. These sites contain personal stories, links to awareness and promotional materials, common myths, and a wealth of information on HIV/AIDS including print resources and new media tools such as podcasts, blogs, ecards, Twitter, widgets and more.
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
The PubMed redesign is live NOW!
The GMR will be presenting several one-hour PubMed updates for MLA CE.
Visit our GMR Calendar to sign up:
If classes fill up, additional sessions will be offered.
Information on the redesign is available at:
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
A timely exhibition from the National Library of Medicine History of Medicine division looks at the world from the time of Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus. Take a look at this intriguing story: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/frankenstein/index.html.