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[email protected] Health Sciences Library. Description. This CBL will provide you with information and tips for using the [email protected] This course has 23 slides and should take 15-20 minutes to complete. It is followed by a 10 question post-test. Last reviewed: 05/2009. Objectives.

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Description
Description

This CBL will provide you with information and tips for using the [email protected]

This course has 23 slides and should take 15-20 minutes to complete. It is followed by a 10 question post-test.

Last reviewed: 05/2009


Objectives
Objectives

Upon completion of this module, the participant will:

1. Understand what information is included in [email protected]

2. Understand how to execute a search in [email protected]

3. Understand how to apply limits in [email protected]


What is nursing@ovid
What is [email protected]

  • [email protected] is a database, with abstracts, that contains more than 400,000 records in the field of nursing

  • Supplemented by Ovid with over 1,000 new records added each week

  • Focuses on core specialties for the nurse in practice, education, research, and administration

  • Also includes proprietary controlled vocabulary that, along with an associated nursing lexicon, meets the specific needs of nursing and allied health professionals of all types

  • Designed so that it can search additional databases, including CINAHL and PubMed


Accessing nursing@ovid
Accessing [email protected]

  • You will find a link to [email protected] under Quick Links on the Health Science Library’s home page http://library.luhs.org

  • You can access it directly on campus or from off campus. An Archer ID is required for off campus access.


Planning a search
Planning a Search

  • Develop your question

  • Divide the question into important searchable concepts

  • Search each concept separately and then combine

  • Do not search general terms, like “effects” or “results”

    Example: Coping with leukemia


Searching nursing@ovid
Searching [email protected]

  • On the [email protected] search screen, enter the first concept for your question

  • [email protected] will map the term or phrase to the most appropriate subject heading




Search history
Search History

Search statements, search results, and search types are posted in the Search History Window

  • Combine search statements by clicking the checkbox near each desired entry, then applying Boolean operators using the AND or OR buttons.

  • Delete search statements by selecting the desired search statement numbers, then clicking the Remove Selected button.


Limiting your results
Limiting Your Results

Use Limits to focus

your search results

  • Common limits are listed under the search box.

  • Select Additional Limits to view all available limits


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Limiting Your Results

Using Additional Limits:

  • Select a search statement from the search history

  • Select the limits you want

  • Click the Limit a Search button


Search results display
Search Results Display

  • Search Aid:

  • Shows the terms used to retrieve the records in the display

  • Provides a way to narrow the search results to Point of Care, Training and Development, etc.


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Search Results Display

Citing Articles lets you connect quickly to a display of articles that cite the article of a record


Search results display2
Search Results Display

Complete Reference takes you to the full record of the citation

Full Text will take you to the electronic version of the article, if available

Library Holdings will take you to the library’s catalog, Pegasus

View Abstract allows you to view abstracts inline, without causing a page refresh or navigation to a different page.


Search results display3
Search Results Display

  • Some citations will have a link to electronic articles

    • PDF full text: articles with same pagination and format as the print version

    • HTML full text: article without pagination

  • To see if the Health Sciences Library owns, go to the library homepage and click on Find a Journal


Results manager
Results Manager

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  • With the Results Manager, you can

    • A. Select a set of records

    • B. Apply pertinent field information to record output

    • C. Select options to format your record

    • D. Include Search History with your record

    • E. Choose an action: Display, Print Preview, Email, Save


Additional searching
Additional Searching

  • [email protected] allows the user to search multiple databases. This is called Universal searching.

  • The results of the Universal Searches are displayed behind each source tab. At Loyola, these tabs are Cinahl & Pubmed.


Cinahl

Results display

Title

Subject terms

Author

Source

Date

Description

Identifier

Language

Type

Click on URL to go to complete reference

CINAHL


Pubmed

Results display

Title

Author

Source

Date

Identifier

Click on URL to go to complete reference

PubMed


Personal accounts
Personal Accounts

Personal Accounts allow you to create a private workspace for your saved search strategies, AutoAlerts and record annotations. [email protected] will prompt you to login when you select Save Search Historyor Saved Searches/Alerts, but you can log into your account at any time by selecting the Personal Accountlink located toward the top right of any [email protected] main search page.


For additional information
For Additional Information

For more information, or for help searching [email protected], please contact a Research Services Librarian at (708) 216-9192 or [email protected]


Conclusion
Conclusion

We hope this Computer Based Learning course has been both informative and helpful. Feel free to review the screens of this course until you are confident about your knowledge of the material presented.

By clicking “Next” on the slide, you will begin the test.



Thank you
Thank You

Thank you for your participation


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