The information sources were, in alphabetical order: books (online/electronic), books (print), CINAHL, Clinical Evidence (BMJ), consumer health resources, DynaMed, eMedicine, ePocrates, Essential Evidence Plus, journals (online/electronic), journals (print), MD Consult, Micromedex, Nursing Reference Center, Ovid MEDLINE
, professional association websites, PubMed/MEDLINE
The author stresses that it supplements, but does not replace, the online tutorials provided by MEDLINE
According to Julia Royall, NLM's chief of international programs and administrator of the equipment and training portion of the partnership, these technical upgrades will help get all of the journals operating at a more efficient level so they can meet the criteria for inclusion in MEDLINE
to index selected consumer health publications.
contains over 11 million references to journal articles, primarily in the biomedical fields.
Integrating a world renowned product, like MEDLINE
, into our platform, enables our clients to maintain a competitive edge.
Murphy says, "This is an important accomplishment for JASH because of the importance readers and authors in public health give to MEDLINE
One disadvantage of PubMed, compared with DTMDI's free MEDLINE
offer, is the lack of simultaneous searching across all NLM databases.
Literature regarding oral health professionals' utilization of MEDLINE
Over the next several years, we plan to evaluate the success of our capacity-building initiative using the following indicators: progress toward indexing the Mali Medical in MEDLINE
, numbers of articles submitted and published, numbers and effectiveness of local peer reviewers, and timeliness of publication.
National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE
database, on its Internet service.
Infotrieve, an online research and document delivery services provider, is now offering the MEDLINE
database of published medical literature through Skila, Inc.
usage statistics exploded when it became available free of charge on the World Wide Web in the summer of 1997.
Transpose was developed to mitigate a common problem: converting search syntax between the PubMed and Ovid MEDLINE
interfaces (Figure 3).
Known as IRIDESCENT (for Implicit Relationship IDEntification by in-Silico Construction of an Entity-Based Network from Text), the program allows full-scale automated analysis of records in MEDLINE
, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database.