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Scientific Initiative: Self-Guided Learning

  PubMed Searching

! Note: additional resources are at the designing phase. Information is added upon selection.

Introduction to PubMed. 

Courtesy of PubMed training. 

PubMed Subject search on how automatic term mapping and explosion enhance your PubMed search.

Courtesy of PubMed training. 

PubMed: Using the Advanced Search Builder tutorial guides searcher on conducting a search on a publication data range, journals, and authors using Advanced Search Builder in PubMed. 

Courtesy of PubMed training. 

Learn how to conduct the target search in PubMed using MeSH to Build a Better PubMed Query tutorial guide. 

Courtesy of PubMed training. 

 

  • PubMed Tutorial for author, topics, article search 
  • PubMed search using a PubMed Identifier (PMID)
    Enter the article ID with or without the search field tag [pmid]. To search for several PMID's - enter each number in the PubMed search box separating numbers by a space. The search is conducted using OR for entered numbers. 
  • PubMed search using a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) 
    • Select Advanced Search Builder in PubMed. Select the search term - ID Location - from Advanced Search Builder. Enter DOI number without DOI term into the search box. After adding the term to the query box, conduct a search. 
    • Select Basic Search  in PubMed. Enter the DOI number into the PubMed search basic search box and conduct the search. 
  BrowZine Literature Discovery

Keep updated by developing your customized list of radiology articles using the BrowZine. Follow the BrowZine installation  instruction to download the BrowZine and use after authentication as Walter Reed National Military Medical Center affiliate.

Training on browsing with BrowZine™

Discover New Journals with with BrowZine™

  Evidence Based Medicine and Public Health Medicine
  Searching for Scholarly Publication

 

 

  Principles and Practice of Clinical Research


Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR) course. A Research Question and Implications for Efficient Clinical Trials. John Powers.

  Radiology Education

 

  • Radiology education - radiology digital library of resources: lectures, textbooks, teaching files, anatomy atlases, clinical practice guidelines and policy statements, continuing education and maintenance of certification, patient education resources 

For more books and journals, browse DML Book Catalog and DML A-Z Journal Catalog, and DML Database Catalog. Consider also to schedule Consultation on finding associated resources. 

IT / ACCESS ISSUES
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