Greetings from the National Library of Medicine History of Medicine Division. I hope this email finds you healthy and safe during this holiday week. * Reminder! NLM Welcomes Applications to its Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship in the History of Medicine for 2021 – Applications due September 25, 2020. Learn more<https://www.nlm.nih.gov/news/Applications_DeBakey_Fellowship_2021.html>. * NLM
NLM History Talk (6/9): Radin on When People are Data: How Medical History Matters for Our Digital Age
The NLM History of Medicine Division warmly invites you to the next NLM History Talk which will be held virtually via NIH videocasting, on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 2:00-3:00pm ET: https://videocast.nih.gov/watch=35473 Join us to hear Joanna Radin, PhD, Associate Professor, Program in History of Science and Medicine, Yale University, speak on When People
Just in time for the big switch on May 18th. We still have a few spaces left in How PubMed Works: Introduction and HPW: Automatic Term Mapping (ATM). The Introduction session will show you where to find the features you’ve come to rely on in PubMed and some new ones too. The
Greetings from the National Library of Medicine History of Medicine Division. I hope this email finds you healthy and safe during this challenging time. In continued accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and to promote social distancing, the National Library of Medicine Reading Rooms remain closed
Free CE from NNLM: ClinicalTrials.gov: Results Reporting, Unique Evidence, and the Role of Medical Librarians
ClinicalTrials.gov is the openly available federal registry and results database of publicly and privately funded clinical studies conducted in the United States and around the world. ClinicalTrials.gov is a vital resource for researchers, healthcare providers, and health sciences librarians who wish to consult the entire body of evidence on any particular topic.
Dear Colleagues, Greetings from the National Library of Medicine’s History of Medicine Division. In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and to promote social distancing, the National Library of Medicine Reading Rooms are closed to the public starting at Noon, Monday, March 16, 2020, until further
Greetings from the National Library of Medicine’s History of Medicine Division! Two recent news items involving the division will be of interest, if they have not already crossed your screen: NLM Welcomes Applications to its Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship in the History of Medicine for 2021 – Applications due by September 25, 2020.
The National Library of Medicine has updated and created new training materials for you to use and/or share with your patrons about the new PubMed. Quick Tour Videos (2 minutes each) * PubMed: Find articles by author A brief tutorial on how to find articles by an author using PubMed. *
Please register for one (or all) of our new PubMed(r) classes that have replaced PubMed for Librarians. We have eliminated some of the sessions and added a new one called How PubMed Works: Selection. All of the classes will be taught in the new PubMed interface. All sessions are taught via WebEx.
Every year, the Medical Subject Headings are updated. How does this affect your PubMed searches? What happens when a term gets changed, or added, or removed; or moved to a different part of the MeSH hierarchy? How do you accommodate vocabulary changes over time in your comprehensive searches? How do you check