PubMed Your Way
* Do you need to find peer reviewed literature for a report or paper on a public health intervention, issue, or concern?
* Do you get too many irrelevant citations when searching PubMed?
* Or, do you get too few results when searching PubMed?
* Have trouble finding the full text of articles you want?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then please come to the Sheldon Margen Public Health Library's PubMed Your Way class!
Learn how to search PubMed to identify and obtain the most relevant information you need to do research for your papers and projects. The skills you learn will save you time by allowing you to search PubMed in a more efficient and effective manner.
Come learn how to make PubMed work for you.
Topics covered will include PubMed filters, effective keyword searching, finding and using MeSH and MeSH Subheadings, retrieving articles, using search history, emailing and exporting results, and deciphering the Search Details box. And at the end we’ll take a quick look at My NCBI, a free way to save and store your searches and citations.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and hope to see you there.