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					Beyond Google: Finding,
Filtering, and Managing
Clinical Information

                  Bob Cupryk, MLS
                Pam Hargwood, MLIS

    NRSA Post Doctoral Fellowship-Family Medicine
                 February 2, 2010
UMDNJ RWJ Library: More
than books and journals!
The Virtual RWJ Library
Electronic Journals
   A-Z listing of all electronic journals is
    found on our website at
   Links provided in databases from the
    citation to the full text
Electronic Books
   American Academy of Family Physicians: AAFP Conditions A to Z, 2008
    Barker: Principles of Ambulatory Medicine, 7th ed., 2007 (Books@Ovid)
    Dambro: Griffith's 5-Minute Clinical Consult, 14th ed., 2006 (STAT!Ref) or
    Ferri: Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2008: Instant Diagnosis & Treatment, 10th ed.,
    2008 (MD Consult)
    Fiebach: Barker, Burton, and Zieve’s principles of ambulatory medicine, 7th ed.,
    2007 (Books@Ovid)
    Gonzales: Current Practice Guidelines in Primary Care, 2008 (AccessMedicine)
    Goroll: Primary Care Medicine, 5th ed., 2006 (Books@Ovid)
    Goroll: Primary Care Medicine Recommendations, 2002 (Books@Ovid)
    Noble: Textbook of Primary Care Medicine, 3rd ed., 2001 (MD Consult)
    Rakel: Textbook of Family Practice, 7th ed., 2007 (MD Consult)
    Singleton: Primary Care, 1st ed., 1999 (Books@Ovid)
    South-Paul: Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Family Medicine, 2nd ed.,
    Taylor: Family Medicine Principles and Practice, 6th ed., 2003 (STAT!Ref)
    Taylor: Manual of Family Practice, 2nd ed., 2002 (Books@Ovid)
    Zuber: Atlas of Primary Care Procedures, 2003 (Books@Ovid)
Multimedia Collections
   Anatomy TV
       Online 3D model of human anatomy
   ImagesMD
       70,000 high-quality images spanning all of
        internal medicine . Licensed for use in
   Bates Guide to Physical Exam
       18 chapters, streaming video
   More than 80 databases listed on our
       Covering medicine, nursing, psychology,
        biology, business, consumer health, social
        sciences, education, to name a few
       What’s a resident to do?
    OvidSP Medline
           Advanced tab (build your search step by step)
           Basic tab (natural language – google like)
           Both interfaces provide links to full-text
    PubMed
           Pubmed Link From UMDNJ Library site links to full-
            text (FindIt@UMDNJ)
    MD Consult
Seamless linking

   When searching MEDLINE and other databases look for the FindIt@UMDNJ

   Allows you to locate and, where possible, link to full-text articles regardless of the provider
    or source. You no longer have to search in a database and then separately check the
    UMDNJ Libraries holdings information.

   If article is not available electronically, provides a link to request article
Point of Care Clinical Tools
Point of Care Tools

   Cochrane Library
   DynaMed
   Essential Evidence Plus
   FirstConsult
   Access Medicine
Resources for your PDA
   Access Medicine (parts of product)
       Select “Download for PDA” from top of each
        information page
       Access Medicine DEMO
   DynaMed
       Click on “About Us” at top of screen
       DynaMed Flash Facts
   Essential Evidence Plus
       Select “Download EE+ for PDA” from EE+
       Screen Shots of EE+ on PDA
Subject Toolkits
   Toolkits: Quick guide to e-resources
    available through our library on a
    particular subject
       Examples: Family Practice, Evidence Based
        Medicine, Drug Information
Prefer Google?
   Try Google Scholar for clinical searches
       Search engine for scholarly information
       Links to articles, books, theses, abstracts,
        and technical reports
       Library search option to find local libraries
        that own text
   Want more information?
Still stuck, can’t find the information
you are looking for???

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