Tag Archives: PubMed

Online CVs Made Easy

There are some things I always seem to put off until the last minute. Updating my CV or resume is one of them. If you’re like me, then this new tool from My NCBI may be a real time-saver. Create … Continue reading

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The Power of Digital Object Identifiers

Most online articles have unique, persistent digital object identifiers (DOI – say it dee-oh-eye, not doy) assigned to make them easy to find. If you’ve ever linked to an article from PubMed, you’ve benefitted from DOIs. How do I find … Continue reading

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Go on an Information Diet

The amount of new information available daily can be overwhelming. PubMed surpassed 20 million citations in early 2010 and now comprises over 22 million citations. Clay Johnson, in his book The Information Diet, recommends that Americans cut back on mindless overconsumption … Continue reading

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My Favorite Enhancements to PubMed and Introducing PMC

In order to distinguish it from PubMed, PubMed Central, the free archive of full-text, peer-reviewed, biomedical literature, now goes by PMC. It has a cleaner look and some new features, including links to author information, article notes, and copyright and … Continue reading

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