ULHG – Pubmed Advanced Search

In this two hours training incorporating hands-on exercises, you will learn to:

  • Identify key search terms using a PICO question
  • Navigate PubMed’s home page.
  • Apply PubMed’s Filters and Advance Search Features
  • Search the PubMed MeSH Database to find the correct indexing terms.
  • Use Boolean operators (AND, OR and NOT) to combine search terms.
  • Overview of Pubmed ‘Filters’ feature
  • Combine previous search queries using the Advanced Search History feature.
  • Conduct a Pubmed search using MeSH, Boolean Operators, Filters, and the Advance Search History
  • Conduct a PubMed search using the Clinical Queries feature

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ULHG – Cinahl for Nursing – Advanced Search

The trainer is an experienced information specialist. Her extensive experience lies in conducting literature searches to support research and clinical queries.

Learning outcomes :

  • Using subjects, subheadings, and refining tools
  • Helpful, time-saving features of Cinahl (EBSCO)
  • Refining your search using Clinical Queries
  • Boolean Operators, Wildcards and truncations within Cinahl (EBSCO)
  • Keeping up to date with table of contents and topic alerts

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ULHG – Managing your references with Refworks : an introduction

In 60 minutes, You will learn how to:

  • Create an account
  • Directly export citations from two databases
  • Create a folder; move citations to the folder
  • Create a bibliography from a list of citations
  • Create a bibliography in Microsoft Word
  • How to install Write-N-Cite
  • How to use Write-N-Cite

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ULHG – Searching Systematically for Your Review

This training course provides an introduction to a systematic process of search strategy development.  The training involves demonstrations, practical work and discussion to enable attendees to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out literature searches.

The trainer is an experienced information specialist. Her extensive experience lies in conducting literature searches to support research and clinical queries.

We ask that you undertake this online tutorial :AllAboard Systematic Searching prior to the workshop. Don’t forget to bring the badge you will receive for completing the online tutorial – this will help us focus on more practical work during the workshop.

Workshop learning outcomes:

  • How to follow a established process for searching systematically
  • Hands on experience on developing your question using PICO or similar templates
  • Hands on experience of developing search strategies and searching key databases
  • Evaluating quality of studies and basic knowledge of critical appraisal

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ULHG – Introduction to Library Resources

In this short session you will learn about what is available to you and how to access journals and databases from work and from home.

Quick overview of the library website, book catalogue, online BNF and BNFc, copyright free pictures for your presentations, etc.

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ULHG – Pubmed Advanced Search

In this two hours training incorporating hands-on exercises, you will learn to:

  • Identify key search terms using a PICO question
  • Navigate PubMed’s home page.
  • Apply PubMed’s Filters and Advance Search Features
  • Search the PubMed MeSH Database to find the correct indexing terms.
  • Use Boolean operators (AND, OR and NOT) to combine search terms.
  • Overview of Pubmed ‘Filters’ feature
  • Combine previous search queries using the Advanced Search History feature.
  • Conduct a Pubmed search using MeSH, Boolean Operators, Filters, and the Advance Search History
  • Conduct a PubMed search using the Clinical Queries feature

Register for training HERE

ULHG – Searching systematically for your research

This training course provides an introduction to a systematic process of search strategy development.  The training involves demonstrations, practical work and discussion to enable attendees to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out literature searches.

The trainer is an experienced information specialist. Her extensive experience lies in conducting literature searches to support research and clinical queries.

We ask that you undertake this online tutorial :AllAboard Systematic Searching prior to the workshop. Don’t forget to bring the badge you will receive for completing the online tutorial – this will help us focus on more practical work during the workshop.

Workshop learning outcomes:

  • How to follow a established process for searching systematically
  • Hands on experience on developing your question using PICO or similar templates
  • Hands on experience of developing search strategies and searching key databases
  • Evaluating quality of studies and basic knowledge of critical appraisal

Register for training HERE

ULHG – Managing your references with Refworks : an introduction

In 60 minutes, You will learn how to:

  • Create an account
  • Directly export citations from two databases
  • Create a folder; move citations to the folder
  • Create a bibliography from a list of citations
  • Create a bibliography in Microsoft Word
  • How to install Write-N-Cite
  • How to use Write-N-Cite

Register for training HERE

Library Induction for Speech & Language Therapists

Learn about the library resources

Library Induction for Speech & Language Therapists facilitated by Dr Steevens’ Library

Where: Kilbarrack Health Centre Tuesday 13th February

Course content: Library Induction will cover ;

  • Introduction to library services
  • Online resources
  • Evidence Based Practiced for Speech & Language Therapists