PubMed Clinical Queries provides specialised searches for clinicians.
Search a keyword in the Clinical Queries box, and your results will be divided into columns under three headings:
This tool can be used when you only have a few details of a reference, for example, the author name and some words from the title.
MeSH stands for Medical Subject Headings. It is the controlled vocabulary used to index PubMed citations. For more information on MeSH, see The Basics of Medical Subject Headings (MeSH®) in MEDLINE®/PubMed®.
Search the MeSH database to find the MeSH terms for the topic you are searching. You can then use these terms to build a more precise search in PubMed.
You can search your MeSH terms in PubMed easily, by using the search builder function. Check the box next to the term you want to use, and then click 'add to search builder'.
If you want, you can continue to search for more MeSH terms using the top search box - the term you have saved to the search builder will remain, and you can add other terms to it. When you are finished adding MeSH terms to the search builder, click on Search PubMed.
For more information about using MeSH in your PubMed search, watch this short video:
Watch this video for an introduction to carrying out an advanced searching using PubMed.
Download the Endnote Click browser plugin to easily access full-text articles when using PubMed and Web of Science. The plugin helps by providing full-text links to articles when available through university libraru subscriptions. Download the plugin using the links below.
Add the extension to your browser to get started:
Create your EndNote Click account
EndNote Click automatically detects your library subscriptions when you are on campus based on your IP address. You don't need to do anything.
If your library supports off-campus access to subscriptions via EZproxy, OpenAthens, or Shibboleth EndNote Click can connect to this. You'll need to log in to your library the first time you use EndNote Click off-campus.
You can use the Send to menu to manage your search results.
Send to Clipboard
This is a way of temporarily saving your results (the contents of the Clipboard will be lost after 8 hours of inactivity). You can select the references you want to save - or don't select any if you want them all - and then choose Send to Clipboard.
Once you have saved your items you can continue searching, and access your results again by clicking on the clipboard link on the right hand side.
Save searches permanently by creating an account with My NCBI.
Send to email
Select the option to send to email. You can choose in which format you would like to receive your results (it is useful to include the abstract).
Send to citation manager
You can use this option to send your results to referencing managing software, such as EndNote.
From Display Settings, select a sort by option. Sort options include: Recently Added, Publication Date, First Author, Last Author, Journal, Title and Relevance.
N.B.The recently added date is the date a record was initially added to PubMed, not the publication date.
Your NCBI account saves searches, , your , and features an option to automatically update and e-mail search results from your saved searches.
You can sign up using a third-party sign in option such as Google, Microsoft or Facebook. The university does not currently have an option for you to create an account using your University of Exeter details.
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