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Now Available: New Quick Tours and On-Demand Class for the “New” PubMed

Posted by on March 6th, 2020 Posted in: Education & Training, NLM Resources, PubMed, Search Tools


PubMed Essentials is intended for students, health care professionals, and researchers looking for quick training on the new PubMed. In a series of nine brief, interactive lessons, PubMed Essentials covers the basics of using PubMed. This series of tutorials, listed below, is available in three formats:

What is in PubMed? 3 min(s)
PubMed: Find articles on a topic 1 min(s)
PubMed subject search: How it works 4 min(s)
PubMed: Find articles by author 2 min(s)
PubMed: Find articles from a citation 2 min(s)
PubMed: Find articles by journal 2 min(s)
PubMed: Find the latest treatments for a disease or disorder 2 min(s)
PubMed: Get the full text for an article 2 min(s)
PubMed: Save searches and set e-mail alerts 2 min(s)

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Alan Carr is the Associate Director, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Southwest Region, based at UCLA.

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