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Health Information for Public Health Professionals Colorado Public Health Department Annual Meeting 10:15 – 11:30 September 27, 2004 Stephanie.weldon@uchsc.edu Denison Memorial Library Discussion Topics Finding Full Text WISER Public Health Partners Website

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health information for public health professionals

Health Information for Public Health Professionals

Colorado Public Health Department

Annual Meeting

10:15 – 11:30

September 27, 2004

Stephanie.weldon@uchsc.edu

Denison Memorial Library

discussion topics
Discussion Topics
  • Finding Full Text
  • WISER
  • Public Health Partners Website
  • Go Local – in conjunction with

MedlinePlus

  • Bioterrorism Resources
public health librarians ensure you have access to full text health information
Public health librarians ensure you have access to full text health information
  • A public health library, with at least 25 journal subscriptions, can become a DOCLINE library. www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/docline.html
  • DOCLINE Libraries network with medical libraries throughout the nation to access full text journal articles.
  • Some medical libraries share freely with each other. 1191 libraries are currently members of freeshare. www.nnlm.gov/libinfo/docline/freeshare.html
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Pool resources to make

accessing full text

health information a reality.

Cease departmental buying of journals

Eliminate duplicate subscriptions

Colorado has 55 public health entities.

All entities contribute to Library.

Resources available for 25 journal subscriptions

Library and DOCLINE membership established

Librarian provides email delivery of full text articles to public health workers across the state.

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Which 25 journals should I order?

The Public Health Section of the Medical Library Association lists core journals for public health collections (info.med.yale.edu/eph/phlibrary/phjournals/)

The Journal Citation Reports (subscription database) notes which public health journals have the highest impact factor.

Check with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine about becoming a DOCLINE Library

1-800-338-7657

http://nnlm.gov

wiser wireless information system for emergency responders wiser nlm nih gov
WISER – Wireless Information System for Emergency Responderswiser.nlm.nih.gov

Mobile support, providing First Responders with critical information in the palm of their hand.

Comprehensive decision support:

  • identification of unknown substances
  • guidance on actions necessary to save lives
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Intuitive, simple, and logical user interface developed

in conjunction with first responders

  • Access to 390 substances from NLM's Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB) which contains detailed information on over 4,700 critical hazardous substances
  • Rapid access to the most important information about a hazardous substance
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Back to the

Health Promotion

And

Education List

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Still on

Health Promotion

& Education

Page

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Still on

Health Promotion

And

Education Page

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Go Local - a

Partnership

Opportunity

for Public

Health

Departments

& Libraries

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For peer reviewed information,

click on MEDLINE/ PubMed to

be taken to preformulated

searches in PubMed.

pubmed
PubMed
  • Preformulated Searches from HP2010 Information Access Project and from MEDLINEplus Health Topics Page
  • Perform your own searches by going directly to PubMed.
  • You can access PubMed via pubmed.gov or via the phpartners.org web site.
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Choose the

MeSH

database

(Medical

Subject

Headings) to

start your

search

bioterrorism mesh search
Bioterrorism MeSH Search

Click on the word to see the subheadings

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Insert “AND free full text [sb]”

to retrieve articles in full text

using related articles retrieves many more hits
Using “related articles” retrieves many more hits

Use the History Button to limit related article searches

pubmed search strategy
PubMed Search Strategy
  • Go to MeSH (medical subject headings).
  • Type in a subject, click on the underlined subject which interests you.
  • Choose a subheading or scroll down to choose a more specific subject.
  • Send to the search box with “And”.
  • Choose another MeSH term or hit “search PubMed”.
  • Limit or expand your search
  • Free Full Text [sb]
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Back to Literature

and

Guidelines

Free in full text

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Literature

and

Guidelines

slide84

Literature

and

Guidelines

slide85

Wiser was

discussed

earlier

slide88

Add public health to the text box to

reduce your results to 128

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National Nurses Response Teamhttp://www.nursingworld.org/news/disaster/bioprep.htm

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Center for Biosecurity , Univ of Pittsburgh http://www.upmc-biosecurity.org/

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American College of Physicians

http://www.acponline.org/bioterro/index.html

public health bioterrorism information
Public Health Bioterrorism Information

Check out the web sites discussed today.

Bookmark or file ones useful to you.

Talk with a Medical or Public Health Librarian

Download applicable PDA resources