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Database Focus :: Medline (Advanced)

Database Focus :: Medline (Advanced) Online

**Please note: Sessions are subject to change if unforeseen circumstances arise. Please register for the session to ensure you receive updates via email.**

This 45-minute workshop + Q&A will cover advanced searching in Medline - a biomedical database. It will introduce you to searching multiple fields, as well as cover the use of MeSH Headings.

This session is likely to be particularly useful to final year undergraduates doing their dissertations and postgraduate students.

As a result, it will be assumed that you have used Medline before to do some basic searching - this will not be covered in this advanced / expert session.

You attend the session online via Blackboard Collaborate. You don't need to download anything as it all takes place in your browser, but if you have connection problems then the first thing to do would be to try an alternate browser although Chrome / Firefox are usually the most stable.

You will need to set up your device's audio / video before you get started so make sure you have a microphone & speakers / headphones to interact. (Although if you wish you can use the built-in chat feature instead and your questions will be answered towards the end of the session.)

The session will be recorded and the link sent out to everyone who has registered.

Please ensure that you put your university email address in correctly - it should end @unimail.derby.ac.uk

Please note that we do not issue certificates of attendance for these workshops.

Monday, March 20, 2023
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Time Zone:
UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
  Level: Postgraduate     Level: Staff     Level: Undergraduate     Subject: Allied Health (Occupational Therapy; Radiography & Ultrasound)     Subject: Nursing     Subject: Psychology  
  Database Focus  
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Jill Boland (Health, Psychology & Social Care)

Scientia est lux lucis  -- Knowledge is enlightenment

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