The National Library of Medicine's premier bibliographic database is freely accessible on the web and has over 21 million citations in the biomedical and life science fields. Learn how to search the literature, manage results, and receive updates in your area of research.
Learn how to build basic literature searches in the fields of nursing and allied health. This workshop will also cover how to locate evidence-based practice information, how to manage search results, and how to create alerts.
Web-based citation management software, free to all Temple faculty and students. Learn how to store and integrate research citations into papers.
A review of the principles of evidence based practice, as well as: tips on creating well-built, answerable clinical questions, an overview of the appropriate library resources to use for finding various levels of evidence, and criteria for critically appraising studies.
An overview of the best databases to find information for these disciplines, as well as a review of literature searching techniques and free visual anatomy software.
Learn how to use point-of-care tools to screen patients for diabetes, control hypertension, identify drug/herbal/supplement interactions, and more. Tools to be covered include First Consult, Natural Standard, and Lexi-Comp.
Learn how to navigate OVID's interface for optimal literature searching, as well as how to save and email your search results.
Create customized email alerts to be notified when articles are published about research topics of interest to you. The workshop will cover alert services provided by: PubMed's My NCBI, OVID's electronic Table of Contents feature, and journal-specific tools.