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Some of you may have heard that a new version of PubMed will be online in early 2020. New features include: Responsive website on mobile devices and desktops Improved performance with storage on the cloud Simpler and cleaner user interface Updated tools such a ‘Cite’ with additional features Sidebar navigation Citation sensors Links to the… Read More »
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Recently, some PHDL program members commented, both in conversation and evaluations, that they regularly need to convert ICD-9 to ICD-10 procedure code sets and vice versa. Already included in your subscription, via the homepage of the STAT!Ref platform is access to the conversion tool for diagnosis codes. The mappings are based on the General Equivalence… Read More »
New course starting in November 2017! Discovering TOXNET® We know that some of you use our Toxicology and Environmental Science resources. If you have not had an opportunity yet to search it we also highly recommend the NLM suite of databases focusing on toxicology, known as TOXNET. The course link above is for a 13… Read More »
Last week I had the pleasure of co-instructing at the District of Columbia, Department of Health (DC DOH) with Gisela Butera from George Washington University’s Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library. As the partner library for the department, Himmelfarb provides document delivery as well as instruction to DC DOH. The training session covered topics including: how to search PubMed for PHDL… Read More »
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Welcome to the PHDL Online Learning Program! This is the first of many future posts and an introduction to the program. But first a little about me, your Education Coordinator. I joined the team at the Public Health Coordination Office several months ago. Previously I was Director of Library of Relations at Journal of Medical… Read More »