PubMed Enhancement: Citation Sensor

Searching for specific citations in PubMed just got easier. The new Citation Sensor feature recognizes combinations of search terms that are characteristic of citations, such as author names, journal titles and citation dates. Instead of using fielded searching or the Single Citation Matcher Tool, just type a partial citation into the Pubmed search box, click Go, and look for the results in the yellow Citation Sensor box at the top of your results list.

Some examples to try:

blood 2008 112 455
katayama cell 2006
sherman geriatrics vitamin d

For more information, see the article in the NLM Technical Bulletin.

New: CINAHL Plus with Full Text

Levy Library is pleased to announce the addition of CINAHL® Plus with Full Text, an expanded version of the standad CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature) database, to our collection of online resources.

CINAHL provides extensive coverage of English language journals, books and doctoral dissertations related to nursing and allied health. It has migrated from the WebSPIRS search platform to EBSCOhost, and Mount Sinai searchers returning to CINAHL will immediately notice quicker access to search options and limits. In addition to new search features and functionality, CINAHL PLUS with Full Text adds extensive content to the underlying CINAHL database, such as over 700 full-text journal and serial publications, full-text research instruments (scales and questionnaires), and Evidence Based Care (EBC) Sheets and Quick Lessons.

Levy Library has activated our FIND IT service (the yellow button) in CINAHL, so you can link to all of the Library’s full-text holdings from any journal citation. Mount Sinai faculty, students and staff can access CINAHL Plus with Full Text from the list of frequently used databases at the top of the Levy Library Databases page.