Due to a modification to PubMed search algorithms, an inadvertent issue has occurred. Some terms are being translated incorrectly; thus the search statement and results are not entirely accurate. PubMed is aware of the situation and is working on the problem.
If the search strategy that you entered does not match the Showing results for search statement, you will need to click on the Search this instead search statement.For instance, in the graphic below, we entered splenic into the search box. PubMed translated that term into splenica (black bolded). You can see the correct form of the word in the Search instead for hyperlinked search statement. Clicking on that link will give you the results for the correct search statement.
This mistranslation may not occur for all searches. If your search statement is bolded, chances are the mistranslation occurred and you should click the suggested statement.
If you have questions or problems, please contact the Reference Desk at 402-559-6221 or email@example.com.
Multiple PubMed and RefWorks training sessions have been announced for the Fall semester.
Whether you are a new PubMed user or want to improve your basic skills, this 90-minute session will prepare you for effective searching for peer-reviewed journal articles. Topics include constructing effective citation searches, locating the articles through the McGoogan Library collection, and setting up alerts to keep up with the research. This class is open to UNMC and The Nebraska Medical Center personnel and students. The class will be held in the McGoogan Library’s Wilson Training Room – WH8011a, on:
- September 8 – 9-10:30am
- October 18 – 1-2:30pm
- November 10 – 10-11:30am
- December 20 – Noon-1:30pm
Please e-mail Teri Hartman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to arrange one-on-one instruction or additional classroom training sessions.
RefWorks: Citations and Bibliographies Made Easier
Learn how to create a searchable database from your MEDLINE, CINAHL, and PsycINFO search results. Use that database to insert citations and create bibliographies in your papers in just minutes. Reformat your paper for submission to a new journal in seconds. Learn how to do all this and more by attending one of our hands-on, RefWorks Basic Training Classes. The 90-minute class will be held in the McGoogan Library’s Wilson Training Room – WH8011a, on:
- Sept 15 – 9:30-11am
- Oct 12 – 10:30am-Noon
- Nov 17 – 11:30am-1pm
- Dec 15-9:30-11am
The class is open to all UNMC faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Please e-mail Cindy Schmidt at email@example.com if you would like to arrange one-on-one instruction or additional classroom training sessions.
Improve your skills this summer by taking a PubMed or RefWorks class through the McGoogan Library. Classes will be held in the library’s computer training room on the 8th floor of Wittson Hall. To sign up for these classes please register online. To request an individual session or for questions about these classes, contact Teresa Hartman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you are a new PubMed user or want to improve your basic skills, this course will prepare you for effective searching for peer-reviewed journal articles. Topics include:
- Constructing effective citation searches
- Locating the articles through the McGoogan Library collection
- Setting up alerts to keep up with the research.
Available dates are:
- July 5 – 1 to 3 p.m.
- July 12 – 9:30 to 11a.m.
- July 19 – 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- July 26 – 8 to 9:30 a.m.
This class is open to all UNMC and The Nebraska Medical Center personnel and students.
Those who attend will create their own free RefWorks accounts through the McGoogan Library’s RefWorks site license. Learn how to do all of the following and more by attending our hands-on RefWorks Basic Training Class.
- Create a searchable database from your MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsycINFO and Google Scholar search results.
- Use that database to insert citations and create bibliographies in your papers in just minutes.
- Reformat your paper for submission to a new journal in seconds!
Available dates are:
- July 14 – 9 to 10:30 a.m.
- July 21 – 1 to 2:30 p.m.
This class is open to UNMC faculty, staff, and students only.
Being able to effectively and efficiently search for meaningful literature is an important competency in academic health care settings. PubMed is an essential tool for locating relevant medical information on quality care, medical interventions, teaching and research. Teresa Hartman, MLS offers this session for faculty to explore approaches in searching PubMed for the greatest gains in the least time, maximizing success in research and scholarly activities.
- At the conclusion of this event, the participant should be able to:
- Format an effective search statement to use in PubMed
- Save collections and store search strategies to MyNCBI
- Create a relevant email alert to cover a current research topic
- Identify and utilize MeSH educational subheadings for effective searches using PubMed
- Access full-text literature sources through electronic means and through Interlibrary loan services
Register online or call 9-5929
Pre-registration is required. For UNMC faculty, there is no fee to attend this course (CIK 10427).
Complimentary lunch will be served at 11 AM with the course beginning shortly after.
Registration deadline: June 6, 2011
An improved user interface will soon be released for My NCBI. The new interface will eliminate complexities and provide a streamlined interface, robust performance, and intuitive navigation. The most visually significant enhancement is that all functions are viewed directly from the My NCBI homepage, where they are made readily accessible for set up and customization.
For specific details regarding this redesign, please see the My NCBI Redesign article in the latest NLM Technical Bulletin