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The new PubMed will be the default for PubMed on or after May 18, 2020 (NLM Technical Bulletin, 16 April 2020). The legacy PubMed homepage is displaying a banner to alert users of the change, and direct users to the New PubMed Transition FAQs. NLM and NNLM have many resources to help PubMed users learn… Read More »
NLM has been busy updating training resources for the new PubMed. Here are a few new or updated resources: The New PubMed: Trainers’ Toolkit: includes handouts, slide decks, and video tutorials How PubMed Works: a 4-part webinar series, beginning on Wednesday, March 11. Introduces PubMed, Selection, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and Automatic Term Mapping (ATM)…. Read More »
The new PubMed is now available! The new PubMed offers a streamlined and easy-to-use interface. The new PubMed interface was built using modern web standards and with a responsive layout, making it easier for mobile use. The new PubMed is designed to help you find what you need, fast. The improved Best Match sort order… Read More »
A new PubMed, with an updated interface and infrastructure, is coming soon! We’ll continue to receive information and announcements from NLM in the coming months. In the new PubMed, you’ll continue to have access to your favorite features, and you’ll have access to exciting new features. The new and improved features include; improved navigation, a… Read More »
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There has been overwhelming interest in the new PubMed, and regrettably all of the upcoming “A New PubMed: Highlights for Information Professionals” webinars are filled to capacity. However, NLM wants to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn about the new PubMed, and to get their questions answered. If you were not able to… Read More »