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APA 7th Publication Manual to be released October 2019

My PhotoCheck out the latest changes in the 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association:https://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2019/08/introducing-the-7th-edition-of-the-publication-manual.html
The first announced change released is that there will be only one space after a period at the end of a sentence!
The APA Style Blog (the official companion to the manual) will be updated in the coming weeks with the latest changes to this new edition: https://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/
Follow this searchable blog or twitter ‎@APA_Style if you are interested in helpful tips from APA experts year round! Watch this space for information on where you can get your hands on a library copy once it is released. 

NLM introduces MAGPIE web tool

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. for clinical problems and procedures in the electronic health record) and ICD-10-PCS (codes for medical procedures and interventions-2018 version) for medical procedures as well as interventions. For more information and how to use it:
https://bit.ly/2ws2az3

 

Advanced Google Searching Webinar Available in ELM

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:

Google overview

Advanced searching interface

Advanced searching techniques & settings

Image searching

Google Scholar

Search alerts

Other Google Search products

 

Additional information and class handouts are available online here: https://libguides.cchmc.org/webinars/advancedgoogle  Please contact Elaine Grigg Dean at elaine.dean@cchmc.org with questions.

Coming soon: My Bibliography 3.0

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) announced that My Bibliography, a tool they developed, has been redesigned and rebuilt with new tools and a more streamlined approach. My Bibliography was created for users including those with eRA Commons accounts to easily organize and manage citations of their publications and keep them in compliance according to the NIH Public Access Policy. My Bibliography 3.0 includes new tools and a new interface for a quick view of publication compliance status, allowing the user to:

See the announcement:
https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/ma19/ma19_mybibliography_overview.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery 

See our guide on the NIH Public Access process:
http://libguides.cchmc.org/NIHPublicAccess 

See our guide on SciENcv Tool and My Bibliography:
http://libguides.cchmc.org/sciENcv 

Newly revised Health Statistics tutorial from the NICHSR

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 statistics.

For more information: https://bit.ly/2UvJ20K

The course is available at: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/nichsr/stats_tutorial/cover.html

Updated PubMed is Testable Now in PubMed Labs

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.

Content from PubMed, Bookshelf, and PubMed Central will be merged into PubMed indexing so that relevant information not ordinarily available in a PubMed record, e.g. reference citations from PMC, can be displayed.

Responsive design featuring a mobile-first, responsive layout providing an improved search experience from mobile devices and tablets.

 

Try out the new version of PubMed in PubMed Labs today and submit your comments, questions, or concerns using the PubMed Labs Feedback button.

 

Canese K. An Updated PubMed Is on Its Way. NLM Tech Bull. 2019 Mar-Apr;(427):e1. https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/ma19/ma19_pubmed_update.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

2018 Research Annual Report has been released

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). 'By the Numbers' contains the institution's top research papers based on journal impact factors. Congratulations to everyone for an impressive year of scientific achievement!

https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/research/cincinnati/annual-report/2018

Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers 2018-Congratulations to Dr Marc Rothenberg!

Dr Marc RothenbeA photo of Marc Rothenberg.rg from Cincinnati Children's is one of 4,000+ scientists from around the world recognized by Clarivate Analytics as a world-class researcher. This means that he is in the top 1% of most referenced authors in his field of study. You can find him in their newly released 'Highly Cited Researchers 2018' along with the enitre list of scientists and their institutions: https://hcr.clarivate.com/
For more information including the executive summary:
https://bit.ly/2Q7y9Rs

Pratt Library Needs Your Input - 5 Minute Survey

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:

  • How to best serve Cincinnati Children's employees.
  • Ensuring that we are allocating our efforts and resources to provide the information you need for your work. 
  • Collecting input to guide decisions about library staffing, resources, and priorities for services and training.

Please pass the survey link on to your Cincinnati Children’s colleagues.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/prattlibrarysurvey2018

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