PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's open-access database, encompassing Medline,a health information clearinghouse of articles from the National Library of Medicine, plus articles deposited by authors and publishers as part of National Institutes of Health funding requirements. Some articles are available in full text, others may require a Northeastern login to access or request. Link to PubMed through Snell Library's website to access NU's full text journal articles.
In early 2020, PubMed updated its interface. The brief 20 minute webinar below will walk you through the new interface and some of the major changes to the database. If you have any questions, please email Alissa Link at email@example.com.
Looking for reliable clinical studies? Try PubMed's Clinical Queries search option to locate evidence-based practice citations. Clinical Queries is divided into 3 sections:
1. Clinical Studies searches use-preset filters which allow you to quickly locate articles on etiology, diagnosis, prognosis and therapy of diseases.
Clinical Studies offers five clinical study categories to choose from:
2. Systematic Reviews cover a broad set of articles that build consensus on biomedical topics. Locate reviews on clinical trials, guidelines, meta-
analyses, consensus development conferences.
3. Medical Genetics searches find citations and abstracts related to various topics in medical genetics.