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  >NIH Library Resources and Services: Highlights for January 2009

DXplain: A Clinical Reference/Decision Support Tool
DXplain is an intelligent, interactive textbook on medical diagnosis available from the Massachusetts General Hospital. Enter a patient description and DXplain generates a list of diagnoses.
[Learn More] [Connect to DXplain]

EndNote® Web: Available Free to NIH Staff
EndNote Web is a web-based reference management tool that provides many features of traditional EndNote® (see the comparison chart on the EndNote Web website). As an NIH staff member, you have free access to EndNote Web through Web of Science®, one of the NIH Library databases. Registration is required.
[Register for EndNote Web] [Connect to Web of Science]
PubMed®: Keep Up to Date
If you search PubMed, you may find it useful to stay informed of changes in content and search features. Two resources to consult are PubMed New and Noteworthy and the NLM Technical Bulletin.
[Connect to PubMed]

WorldCat®: Search for Books and Journals in Other Libraries
Using WorldCat you can search the collections of the NIH Library, the National Library of Medicine, and thousands of libraries around the world.
[Connect to WorldCat]

Scopus™: Set Up RSS Feeds for Authors
Scopus is an interdisciplinary database that provides access to articles in more than 16,000 journals. With the Scopus Author Preview feature, you can monitor new publications of specific authors.
[Learn More] [Connect to Scopus]

Web of Science®: Use Citation Maps to Visualize Citation Connections
Discover the relationships among citations in the Web of Science, an interdisciplinary database with coverage from 1900 to the present. View a map, instead of a list, of articles that cite your target article.
[Learn More] [Connect to Web of Science]

Who's Who® on the Web: Find Biographical Information
Who's Who provides factual profiles of more than 1.4 million individuals in science and technology, government, business, the arts, sports, and entertainment.
[Connect to Marquis Who's Who on the Web]

IEEE Conference Proceedings: Now Available
IEEE, the major professional association devoted to the advancement of technology, includes coverage of biomedical engineering, computer science, genetic engineering, and bioinformatics. Selected IEEE conference proceedings are available through the NIH Library website.
[Connect to IEEE Conference Proceedings]

 >  Advances in Mathematics
  Emphasizing contributions that represent significant advances in all areas of pure mathematics, Advances in Mathematics provides research mathematicians with an effective medium for communicating important recent developments in their areas of specialization to colleagues and to scientists in related disciplines.
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> 99% of NIH Library Journal Subscriptions Now Online
  Imagine our glee when the percentage of NIH Library online journal subscriptions reached its current level—99%. That is an impressive number! Library staff are thrilled because having most of the journals online means that you have 24-hour access, from anywhere in the world (using your remote access...
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> Announcing DXplain: A Web-Based Clinical Reference/Decision Support Tool
  An intelligent, interactive textbook on medical diagnosis, DXplain serves as a clinical reference/decision support tool and differential diagnosis educational resource. When clinicians enter a patient description—physical exam findings, patient history and demographics, or laboratory and imaging res...
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> Results of the Fellows Information Needs Survey Emphasize the Importance of Online Access
  Earlier this year, the NIH Library surveyed 501 fellows to learn more about their information needs and habits. The fellows are an important segment of the NIH community and we wanted to find out what we could do to make their time here easier. For those fellows who took part in the survey, thank yo...
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