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PHDL Training for You and Your Colleagues

Posted by on November 4th, 2021 Posted in: Announcements, Education and Outreach, How To, PHDL Resources, Public Health



PHDL Central webpageUPDATE: Newly scheduled sessions ‘Getting Started with the PHDL’ are open for registration.

 

Getting Started with the PHDL – on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 11 am ET/10 am CT/9 am MT/8 am PT

Getting Started with the PHDL – on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 3 pm ET/2 pm CT/1 pm MT/12 pm PT

 

UPDATE September 29, 2021: Next week join us for more ‘Getting Started with the PHDL’ classes. 

 

Please see our new training calendar at: https://nnlm.gov/training and click forward to October to see the upcoming sessions.

 

Classes for the week of October 4  – 8, 2021

Or if you want to register go directly to the link for:

Getting Started with the PHDL, on Wednesday, October 6 2021 at 10 am ET/9 am CT/8 am MT/7 am PT

You may prefer to attend the afternoon session of

Getting Started with the PHDL on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 3 pm ET/2 pm CT/1 pm MT/12 pm PT/9 am HT

Do keep an eye out for an instruction session in several weeks covering the ins and outs of STAT!Ref, the platform that supports all the e-books in the PHDL Collection.


September 8, 2021 News

Next week we will have the first of many training classes covering how to access and use the PHDL. This session will be offered several times a month as many new organizations have joined our program and are getting onboarded. To register please see: Getting Started with the PHDL.

The session will cover the basics of accessing the PHDL.  Searches using the PubMed widget will be demonstrated and you will see how to access full-text articles from the citations found. You will also get a glimpse at the many proprietary databases including STAT!Ref, PolicyMap, CABI Global Health, and the Cochrane Library.

Future Instruction Sessions

More sessions will be open for registration later this month and throughout the year.  We also plan to host a monthly training covering a different database each month. For September, we will be focusing on the platform STAT!Ref, which holds the dozens of e-books and reports in the PHDL collection.  Please consult this blog later in the month for details about the scheduled class and how to register.


Account creation instructions

Below are detailed instructions and more information about how to set up a single sign-on account if you are working outside of your department intranet and, if you want, a My NCBI account to personalize your experience using PubMed.

How to access the new PHDLwebsite v2 Jan 2021
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