PubMed, Ovid MEDLINE, NextBio, Pubget: Which One is Right for You?

Join us in the West Conference Room on Tuesday, April 13 from 12-1pm for our next Technology Lunch Series workshop: MEDLINE Tools.  Learn about the different MEDLINE search engines as you enjoy free pizza and bottled water. Visit Norris Medical Library’s Workshops page to learn more about upcoming workshops. 

MEDLINE is the National Library of Medicine’s database that contains nearly 18 million biomedical journal articles.  You can search MEDLINE articles via many different search engines, including PubMed, Ovid MEDLINE, NextBio, and Pubget.
Use PubMed to build a comprehensive search using Medical Subject Headings (MeSH).  Ovid MEDLINE’s Basic Search sorts search results by relevancy.  NextBio uses tag clouds to show relationships between diseases, genes, authors, etc. Use Pubget to view and download PDFs quickly.
 
 
 

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