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New PubMed is Live

The new PubMed interface is live as of today! Things look different, but the underlying information and record data is very much the same.  What are the more noticeable changes?  the way you save citations.   the way you select filters and date ranges,  the organization of settings,  similar articles, citing articles, and references all appear under the record,  advanced […]

May 18, 2020

PubMed Interface Updated

PubMed looks different today. A new PubMed interface is now available and linked within our home page Quick Links Literature Databases section. This new interface will become the default in spring 2020 and will replace the legacy version. While some features will be refined in the future, the core of what you experience in the […]

November 20, 2019

Predatory journals in PubMed?

It has been reported in the journal literature and on scholarly publishing blogs that PubMed contains articles from predatory journals. In short, articles from potentially predatory publishers may appear in PubMed, although they are not part of MEDLINE.  We turn to PubMed as an authoritative source for biomedical literature, so what happened? Simply put, there is a “backdoor” for getting […]

September 7, 2017

Search tip: PubMed Clinical Queries

By Alissa Fial MEDLINE via PubMed has advanced features to help users to get more specific results.  One of these features, Clinical Queries, can be found under PubMed Tools on the PubMed Page. Clinical Queries helps users look for the filters by specific clinical research areas: Clinical Study Categories, Systematic Reviews or Medical Genetics. For […]

April 18, 2016

Embase vs Medline: which should I use?

By Roxanne Cox Combined Embase and Medline searches yield more articles than searching either Embase or Medline alone. Searchers who rely on only one database will miss relevant information. Embase, an Elsevier database has a broad biomedical base with in-depth coverage of drugs and pharmacology as well as medical devices. Embase, which includes Medline, has […]

September 29, 2015