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My Bibliography is an application developed by the National Library of Medicine to help organize citations to your publications and to assist eRA Commons users with managing publication or product compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. My Bibliography version 3.0, the redesigned and rebuilt new version to be released soon, includes useful new tools… Read More »
Tags: systematic reviews
The National Library of Medicine recently added new terminology about systematic reviews to the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). In addition, the PubMed search filter for systematic reviews has been updated. To learn more about these and related changes to MeSH, MEDLINE, and PubMed, visit: 2019 MeSH Highlights: This webinar, presented in January 2019, explained the… Read More »
PubMed subject filter strategies are reviewed each year to determine if modifications are necessary. Modifications may include revisions due to changes in Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) vocabulary or MEDLINE journals, adding or deleting terms, and changing parts of a strategy to optimize retrieval. The following filter strategies were recently revised: Bioethics Cancer Complementary Medicine Dietary… Read More »
As previously announced in October, a new NCBI My Bibliography is coming soon! All users are encouraged to preview the new service and submit feedback. It is safe to try out this new version without affecting anything in existing My Bibliography accounts. The clean, new interface will make managing collections a breeze, and the new… Read More »
The National Library of Medicine has announced several updates to enhance PubMed: Plain Language Summaries: PubMed will display plain language summaries when these summaries are supplied by the publisher. The plain language summary will appear below the abstract. They will also appear in the XML in the field and in the MEDLINE display with the… Read More »