Information Resources for Clinical Research
- Registration Closed
- Aug 01, 2017
- 01:30 PM to 03:00 PM
- NIH Library Training Room | Online
The NIH Library offers training on many databases and resources useful for identifying published information. Classes are offered on a diverse set of topics ranging from finding published articles and clinical information, to article and author-specific information, to searching for regulatory information and chemical structures. Databases covered include PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, and MediRegs.
Do you know why it’s important to search beyond PubMed for clinical information?
Have you heard of Embase, Pharmaprojects, Cochrane, ToxNet and PsycINFO?
Do you know how to use the “-“ operator in Google and Google Scholar?
You can find answers in the upcoming course, “Information Resources for Clinical Research.” This course will present a brief overview of the scope and features of clinical/biomedical research information resources, including:
- PubMed & Embase, evidence-based and clinical trial databases;
- other information resources of particular value in high-impact clinical care; and
- opportunities to obtain additional detailed information and specific training.