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We’ve talked about changes affecting how you will find PHDL articles in PubMed. To continue allowing users to find PHDL articles in PubMed we are implementing what’s called link resolver tool. What will be different? Every citation in PubMed’s Abstract format will have this CHECK PHDL button. Every citation. What happens when I… Read More »
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PubMed is your primary source for finding PHDL journals with a keyword or research topic. You typically use the special PHDL URL (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?holding=phdlnphco) or a MyNCBI account to set up your filters to call up results for PHDL articles. Major changes are coming to the way you will find PHDL articles in PubMed. Users will… Read More »
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Project MUSE is providing free access to full-text articles and books focused on understanding and preventing gun violence. MUSE in Focus: Addressing Gun Violence aims to “encourage the broadest possible engagement with current research and expertise on the topic as the latest round of gun policy debates and discussions continue in the wake of shootings… Read More »
We’ve previously announced the retirement of Loansome DOC, the function within PubMed allowing you to submit article requests to your Partner Library. This system is going away at the end of June 2019. Partner Libraries have been at work developing their replacement methods so you can continue requesting articles. We have replaced the Loansome Doc… Read More »
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) recently announced Loansome Doc will be discontinued as of July 1, 2019. The number of articles requested in Loansome Doc have been declining since 2002. PHDL users have been using Loansome Doc in conjunction with their Partner Library to request full text articles within PubMed. The PHDL has been… Read More »