The Quick Start Toolkit provides a guide to high-impact clinical tools, resources, and library services available at Stanford. Surgery topics are emphasized. Coverage includes: finding books, journals, and articles at Stanford; navigating the New PubMed; tools for managing references, PDFs, and manuscript bibliographies with Zotero; Google search tips; anatomy visualization tools; keeping current; and mobile apps.
When you have a clinical question and you're looking for a good answer fast. Tips on moving threw a "solar system" of resources until you find the information you need.
Browse, read, and keep track of your favorite academic journals. This website and mobile app offers a simple, intuitive interface which makes searching and browsing journals easy by title, subject, or ISSN. Access Instructions. . .
Feedly provides a free, basic level membership to a reader where users can activate and organize RSS feeds from their favorite websites. RSS is a web feed that allow users to access updates from websites.
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Reviews over 250 scientific and medical journals. The physician-editors survey high-impact medical journals in specialties and topics to identify key findings. The summaries are presented with a clinical perspective and expert commentary.
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This NIH tutorial shows how to set up automatic email alerts for searches in PubMed. Use the feature to keep up with specific research topics.