EndNote has made us aware that when macOS20.15 Catalina is released in the fall all Mac users must use Endnote X9 (including all updates) in order to aviod interruption in your workflow. You can contine to use an older version as long as you do not upgrade to Catalina.
MAGPIE (Map Assisted Generation of Procedure and Intervention Encoding) was released on 5/28/2019 by the NLM. This interactive tool enables users (including professional coders, research, clinicians) to find SNOMED CT (designated clinical terminology in the U.S.
The Advanced Google Searching webinar recording is now available through ELM for those would like to document their completion. Search for Advanced Google Searching (PS_07184) in the Learning Catalog. This webinar provides an overview of how Google searching works and introduces how to use advanced searching techniques and the Advanced Search interface, and how to set up search alerts.
Topics covered include:
Advanced searching interface
The National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR) has released their newly revised Health Statistics tutorial, written by staff at AcademyHealth. This introduction to the principles behind health statistics is for students, librarians, and other professionals interested in common terms, health data sources and finding health stati
NCBI is working on updates to PubMed which will eventually replace the current version. The updated PubMed is viewable on the experimental PubMed Labs platform.
Features of the upcoming version of PubMed include:
The results page will include highlighted snippets of text from article abstracts.
Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation 2018 Research Annual Report is now available online and in print! Click the link below to see the entire report. Check out our major accomplishments including the 'Top 7 breakthrough discoveries' and 54 separate Division Reports (featured highlights, research highlights, top 5 publications and grants).
Dr Marc Rothenberg from Cincinnati Children's is one of 4,000+ scientists from around the world recognized by Clarivate Analytics as a world-class researcher.
The Edward L. Pratt Research Library would like to hear from you! We want to know what you utilize and value most and if you don't use the Pratt Library we want to hear from you too. Please complete our brief survey - it should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Results from this survey will be used to help us make decisions including:
My NCBI is looking for users to try a new version of My Bibliography in NCBI Labs. Now is your chance to improve this feature in My NCBI! For the whole story including a link to the trial version and send your feedback go to: