PubMed is a database with over 23 million records and 5,000+ journals dating back to 1946. As a free service provided by the National Library of Medicine, it is the most important resource for medical literature in the country. It’s used extensively in Biology, Public Health, Nursing, Life Sciences, Allied Health, and Health Administration. Even though so many people use it, it still has a daunting amount of information to try to sift through.
Because of the importance of this resource, our librarians for health and the sciences are presenting workshops on PubMed each fall and spring semesters. This semester we’ll be hosting five workshops. Anyone is welcome to attend these sessions though different subject experts will host each one.
Monday, September 16, Jackie Werner (Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy)
Tuesday, September 17, Sharon Leslie (Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Public Health, Respiratory Therapy)
Wednesday, September 18, Sharon Leslie
Thursday, September 19, Lesley Mackie (Biology, Computer Science, Neuroscience)
Friday, September 20, Sarah Steiner (Nursing and Honors College)
Noon to 1 p.m.
All workshops held in Classroom 2, 2nd floor of Library North