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NLM is working on multiple fronts to improve researchers’ understanding of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes the novel coronavirus) and aid in the response to COVID-19 (the disease caused by the novel coronavirus). By enhancing access to relevant data and information through its many resources, including PubMed Central, Genbank, ClinicalTrials.gov, and PubMed, NLM is demonstrating how libraries can contribute in real time to research and response efforts during this crisis.
Tags: PubMed Trainer's Toolkit
NLM has announced registration availability for the new webinar series coming up in March, the four-part “How PubMed Works,” as the best way to get up to speed on how to use the new PubMed. Also available now is the PubMed Trainer’s Toolkit, with all of NLM’s new PubMed instructional resources.
This post covers the evolution of PubMed from its beginning in 1996 to the recent launching of a comprehensive effort to take PubMed to the next level, with a goal to transform it into a modern hub with a fast, reliable, intuitive search that connects people to the world’s leading sources of biomedical information.
Several features have been incorporated into an updated “new” PubMed, including options to customize the number of items per page, sort by publication date, reverse sort order, see all similar articles, and download the Results by Year timeline. The National Library of Medicine continues to develop features in the new PubMed site, which will eventually replace the legacy PubMed.