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Responsible Use of NCBI/PubMed Data

Cincinnati Children’s Building S is currently experiencing a shutdown of access to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), including PubMed, and are receiving an error which includes the following language:

PubMed Commons Journal Clubs

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Are you an author or a member of a journal club looking for a new place to talk about publications? Try PubMed Commons Journal Clubs!

Check out the new PubMed Journals

Keeping up with the latest and greatest of biomedical literature can be a challenge. It can be hard to find time to read up and learn about new discoveries when you have a life to live and job to do. Luckily, the NCBI is making it easier for you to have your cake and eat it. Introducing, PubMed Journals this new site will help you:

PubMed for Nursing Online Training Available from NLM

Check out the new PubMed for Nurses Tutorial from NLM that is now one the PubMed Online Training webpage.

PubMed Updates: 2016 MeSH, new Grant Organizations and Non-English Titles

Take a look at the 2016 Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), the new grant organizations listed in PubMed, and the updates to non-English articles without English titles.

 

MEDLINE/PubMed Year-End Processing Activities for 2016

Please note the following important information released from PubMed in a recent Technical Bulletin:

MEDLINE/PubMed Year-End Processing Activities for 2016

Tybaert S. MEDLINE/PubMed Year-End Processing Activities for 2016. NLM Tech Bull. 2015 Sep-Oct;(406):e2.

Request articles through PubMed by Creating a Loansome Doc Account

Ordering articles from within PubMed saves you time and by creating a “Loansome Doc” account the staff at Edward L. Pratt Research Library will be able to fill your requests faster. 

New Features for PubMed Mobile

PubMed Mobile, the device-friendly display interface to the PubMed database now has several new features to make it easier for you to access literature from your smart phones and tablets. 

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On the PubMed Mobile homepage, there is now a "Trending Articles" feature to quickly display popular articles.

PubMed Commons Journal Clubs

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Have you noticed that some citations in PubMed have comments now? 

**UPDATED** New Search Option & Citation Exporter in PubMed