This workshop is an effort to expand outreach to the PubMed user. It will allow you to search PubMed and PubMed central effectively and find relevant citations to support your research goals for success on your next research projects. This workshop will also include an introduction to the benefits of using an NCBI account to use PubMed more efficiently.
National Library of Medicine will continue adding features and improving the user experience with the new PubMed. The new features include improvements to Email, Cite, and Save/Email/Send To.
Below are several brief descriptions of these changes to help the PubMed user process.
Are you new to Cincinnati Children's and writing papers or supporting someone who does? Are you upgrading to Endnote 20? Don't miss our Endnote 20 training via Team Tuesday July 27 from 9:30-11:00. For more information including how to sign up on the ELM:
Visit the Philanthropic Funding Opportunities blog to find a list of funding opportunities from private and corporate foundations. The blog is maintained by the Department of Development. Updated weekly.
To gain access:
Starting June 1, NCBI is requiring users to login with a “federated account". This will affect anyone who uses MyNCBI, SciENcv or MyBibliography or is a delegate for a user and updates their account.
Endnote 20 for Windows (Mac is coming soon) is available to download from the Software Center. Highlights include:
Due to an update on Monday, October 12 starting at 5pm and lasting up to one hour, our website will not be accessible.