Wednesday,November 12, 2014, 10am-11:30am
Computer Training Room P-1246
850 Marina Bay Parkway, Building P, Richmond, CA
RSVP by Monday, November 10th to Michael Sholinbeck at email@example.com or (510) 642-2510.
Please obtain your supervisor’s approval before you RSVP.
NON-BUILDING P OCCUPANTS: Please make sure to register so your name will be on the class participant list given to the Building P Security Desk for entry into Building P.
PLEASE NOTE: This class is limited to 16 participants. A waiting list will be created, if necessary, for an additional class.
Some seats may be available on the day of the class so if you don’t
register in advance, you can just show up to see if there is availability.
Supervisors: Please encourage your staff to attend if appropriate.
* Do you need to find scientific evidence for a public health program, intervention, issue, or concern?
* Do you get irrelevant citations when searching PubMed?
* Do you get too many or too few search results when searching PubMed?
* Are you already using PubMed and have some burning questions?
* Are you interested in a hands-on session so you can learn and practice using PubMed?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then please come to the Sheldon Margen Public Health Library’s PubMed Basics Hands-On class!
Topics covered will include:
1. Introduction to PubMed
2. Retrieving Full Text Articles Using the CDPH PubMed URL
3. Effective Keyword Searching Using Boolean Logic and Filters
4. Finding and Using Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
5. Other PubMed Features
PubMed is the primary literature database for most topics in public health. The database comes from the National Library of Medicine. This class will teach you the basic skills needed to search PubMed to identify and obtain the most relevant information you need to perform your job. The skills you learn will save you time by allowing you to search PubMed in a more efficient and effective manner.
These training sessions are free to CDPH staff. A certificate of completion will be available for those who attend the class.
If you are interested in other training classes we offer please go to the library training page for more information.