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Lecture 6 - Accessing Information Resources for PSIO...

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9/7/2010 1 Accessing Information Resources for PSIO 445/545 Body Composition Claudia Stanescu, Ph.D., Vinson Lee, MS Thursday, September 9, 2010 Hannah M. Fisher Mary L. Riordan Arizona Health Sciences Library Handouts for Today’s Class— Quick Review http://www.ahsl.arizona.edu/services/classes/pdf/2010%20RefW orks%20for%20web.pdf
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9/7/2010 2 Accessing Electronic Information: ALWAYS BEGIN FROM THE AHSL WEB PAGE PubMed
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9/7/2010 3 Click on Top PubMed Link
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9/7/2010 7 In Summation: Register for a RefWorks account! Use the MeSH database in PubMed to identify the correct terms to find articles Use Limits to reduce your retrieval to a manageable number—around 50 articles Use [majr] to reduce retrieval if you’re still overwhelmed with too much information
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9/7/2010 8 Click on Related Citations to see more articles like the best ones, BUT remember they’ll be displayed by RELEVANCE and NOT in REVERSE CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER Click Display Settings to change from
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