|New Ovid Interface||
you have searched MEDLINE in Ovid recently, you most likely
noticed the new enhanced interface. In addition to the updated
design, Ovid has several new features. The icons formerly at
the top of the search grid have been moved to more functional
locations on the main search page. If you search more than one
database at a time, you can click on "details" in the search
history to see the number of citations from each database.
Two new functions, "Find Citation" and "Find Similar," mirror PubMed features. "Find Citation," Ovid's version of the citation matcher, enables users to identify a citation when they have incomplete information.
"Find Similar," a quick way to obtain articles related to your search results, works the same as "related articles" in PubMed. "Find Citing Articles" links to more recent articles that cite the original article, if the later articles appear in journals that are included in the Journals @Ovid database. "Find Similar" and "Find Citing Article" links appear on the results display and in the complete reference page for each citation.
Please contact the dental library if you have questions about any Ovid feature. The librarians will also be happy to run searches for you at no charge.
Online dental monographs in Stat!Ref
When you search for specific subjects, Stat!Ref searches all six titles at once and displays the hits in each book. You also can browse the table of contents of each title.
To search the full Stat!Ref collection of medical reference books, go to http://www.lsuhsc.edu/no/library/ss&d/data/stat.html. Please remember to logoff from Stat!Ref when you are finished because our license is limited to five concurrent users.