New PubMed Interface Has Launched

PubMed has switched to its newly designed search interface (click to connect)

Interested in learning more about the new interface? Sign up to attend one of our webinars!

New interface features include:

  • Ability to cite references quickly in your preferred citation style format (AMA, APA, NLM, or MLA);
  • Option to share references via social media or a permalink;
  • A seamless search experience on your mobile device;
  • Search results sorted by best match by default as opposed to the most recent articles.

All of your favorite features will still be there – including clinical queries, the advanced search, MeSH database, search details (on the Advanced page now), and your MyNCBI account. Additionally, you'll be able to export citations to citation management tools (e.g., EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley) through the Cite feature or by sending a batch of citations to your Citation Manager.  

PubMed on your mobile device: while there is not a native app, PubMed has improved the the search experience by providing a mobile-optimized website that seamlessly links to our Library's full-text articles. On your mobile device, bookmark (or add to your home screen) this URL: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/pubmed 

Caveats: While PubMed transitions, you may notice that you no longer see the GetIt@Duke icon to connect to full-text articles. If this is the case, please clear the cache and cookies across your favorite browsers (usually in the settings), return to the medical library website, and try to access PubMed again. Contact medical-librarian@duke.edu with any questions. 

The National Library of Medicine has created a page with linkes to PubMed tutorials and handouts

 Want to learn more? Sign up to attend one of our webinars!

Please feel free to drop us a line at medical-librarian@duke.edu with an questions or concerns.

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