Working with Pubmed – Part 4: Receiving News Updates on PubMed

PubMed is an impressive resource. There are several ways to learn about using PubMed.

A How To Section: This lists ‘How To’ details for different components of PubMed

A Quick Start Section

A YouTube Channel

NCBI Help Manual

MyNCBI Help: You will need to be logged in to access this feature

Training and Tutorials Section

NCBI News: This is updated periodically and gives a broad overview of developments

NLM Technical Bulletin: This is much broader and relates to the National Library of Medicine. However there are many interesting articles such as this one on the new PubMedReader

Appendix – Related Resources on this Site

Working with PubMed – Part 1: Getting started with a shortcut

Working with PubMed – Part 2: Favoriting abstracts

Working with PubMed – Part 3: Bibliography

How to receive research paper e-mail alerts

A Video Celebrating 10 years of PubMed Central

How to improve your search results with Medline

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