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  1. PubMed National Library of Medicine (including MEDLINE and life science journals)

  2. Permission Permission from The National Library of Medicine to use screen prints from PubMedis gratefully acknowledged by the Shreveport Nursing Library, NSU Libraries, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, 1/26/2005.

  3. To access notes for slides Permission is granted to NSU faculty and students to teach from this PowerPoint slide show, including the notes, which may be edited or used verbatim. To access the notes, you must have MS PowerPoint installed on your PC: Go to the “Shreveport Nursing” page Click “Online Tutorials” Click “PubMed PowerPoint” Click “File” Click “Save As” and save to a floppy or to your hard drive Open the PowerPoint slide show from your floppy or hard drive Click “View” Click “Notes Page” (and then you will be able to edit if you wish)

  4. Class Outcomes for PubMed • Be able to identify full-text icons • Be able to use official subject terms • Be able to limit and expand searches • Be able to use Boolean operators • Be able to locate PubMed tutorials

  5. Outcomes cont’d • Be able to truncate and search for phrases • Be able to combine and review searches • Be able to search for journal titles using the NSU Journal List • Be able to use Library Catalog to determine print holdings

  6. Click “Library”

  7. Click “Shreveport Nursing”

  8. Click “Nursing Databases”

  9. Drag Down and Click on “PubMed”

  10. Full-text Icons Orange / green banner - electronic full text available from PubMed Central Green banner – electronic full text from others

  11. Click “MeSH Database”

  12. Notice the links to tutorials

  13. Type your search term in the “for” box, and click GO

  14. Click “Radiologic technology”

  15. Checkmark the definition, and then, click the “Send to” button

  16. Notice our MeSH term in the “Search PubMed” box and the definition. Then click “Search PubMed.”

  17. Click “Go” and we retrieve 12164 PubMed hits.

  18. Drop-down to MeSH and type “patient care” in the “for” box

  19. Checkmark the MeSH term, then the “Send to” button.

  20. Click “Search PubMed”

  21. Notice the number of hits: 91.Click “Limits.”

  22. Limit to “English” and “Humans.” Click “Go.”

  23. Notice the no. of hits: 67.Notice that limits now display.

  24. Type in “1999” and “2005” and click “Go”

  25. No. of hits: 24.No. of pages: 2.

  26. Click on the green icon

  27. Click on the provider’s icon

  28. Drag down to read full-text or click “Full Text (PDF)”

  29. Here’s the PDF version

  30. Notice the journal abbreviations

  31. “Copy” the journal abbreviation.Then, click “Journals Database.”

  32. “Paste” the abbreviation in the “for” box. Then, click “Go.”

  33. Print the screen or write down the journal name and ISSN

  34. Click on “NSU Journal List”

  35. Copy and paste the journal title into the “Find” box. Click “Search.”

  36. Click “Search Your Catalog” for the print holdings

  37. We need V.25, No. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003) of Radiology Management

  38. Look for the Holdings: V.25, No. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2003)

  39. Limit to “only items with abstracts”

  40. Click the author’s name to get to the abstract.

  41. Click on “Related Articles” for similar material

  42. No. of “Related Articles”: 699

  43. Click “Links” to link to print holdings of other libraries

  44. Drop-down to “LinkOut”

  45. Click on “Libraries”

  46. Click on “N” for Northwestern

  47. Click on the “Print Collection” link for Northwestern

  48. Compare the citation to the holdings statement

  49. Note the complete holdings statement

  50. Keyword SearchingWe need it, too!