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Tag: My NCBI

Staying Current
Posted On: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 14:10 by Brandi Tuttle

 Journal articles, professional associations, CME, conferences, and Grand Rounds…how do you manage to keep up in an ever changing profession?  With only so much time, the Library wants to help you work smarter not harder! Check out our Current Awareness Guide which highlights resources such as:

  • MyNCBI to get a journal’s table of contents or get the latest research on a topic sent to you when you choose.
  • Browzine, available through Duke Libraries, to browse, read, and share journal articles.
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Categories: Alerts, Resource Updates

Tags: rss, My NCBI, apps, Browzine

Access "My NCBI" with your Duke NetID and password
Posted On: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 15:25 by Erica Brody

PubMed’s My NCBI tool allows you to set personal preferences, store both search strategies and citation collections, and create alerts by offering automatic e-mail updates and RSS Feeds of stored searches. Register for My NCBI by creating a User Name and Password. The preferred method of creating a My NCBI account is to register for it by clicking the "Register for an NCBI account" on the My NCBI sign in page and following the instructions.

Once you have a My NCBI account and you are logged in, you can click on your username at the top right of the NCBI screen to access your account settings. On this screen, you will see a box called “Linked accounts” where you can link your NCBI account to a “3rd party option” such as...

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Categories: Explore Tools

Tags: pubmed, My NCBI, passwords

Have you ever wanted to respond to a PubMed article?
Posted On: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 12:51 by Erica Brody

PubMed Commons lets you in on the research conversation. It is a system that enables researchers to share opinions and information about scientific publications. If you are listed on even one item indexed in PubMed, you are eligible to become a member of PubMed Commons. You will need a My NCBI account and an invitation to join PubMed Commons. Both are free of charge.

Getting an invitation to PubMed Commons:

  •  E-mail addresses of eligible authors have been collected from the NIH, the Wellcome Trust and authors' email addresses in PubMed and PubMed Central....
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Tags: pubmed, for researchers, My NCBI, publications, research

Get More from PubMed
Posted On: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 15:57 by Brandi Tuttle

Have you ever wondered if you are getting all that you can from PubMed? Check out these tips and tricks to make sure you are finding all the research on your topic and getting free access to articles in the Duke collections.

1. Click on PubMed from the Medical Library’s Website to get full text available through Duke, or bookmark the link: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/pubmed

PubMed is liberally scattered throughout the Medical Library’s Website (on the main page under Quicklinks, Clinical Tools page, and more). Using one of these PubMed links...

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Categories: Databases, Resource Updates

Tags: pubmed, research, literature search, My NCBI

Why YOU should have a My NCBI Account
Posted On: Monday, March 28, 2016 - 16:04 by Alex Mesa

NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) has 60+ databases, including PubMed, MeSH, Bookshelf and others you may be familiar with. In this blog post, we are looking at My NCBI a free, personalized account for YOU to use in conjunction with all of NCBI.

My NCBI allows you to save searches, save collections of citations, manage filters, and save site preferences for major NCBI databases. For anyone with NIH funding, it is best to log into My NCBI by clicking on NIH Login and using your eRA Commons credentials. For those without an eRA Commons account, we recommend logging in with your Duke NetID....

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Categories: Explore Tools

Tags: My NCBI, NIH Public Access Policy, NIH, pubmed

New NIH Biosketches: Use SciENcv!
Posted On: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 - 11:32 by Beverly Murphy

Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) is a new system for creating and updating your NIH biosketch with the new format or NSF biosketch (required as of May 25, 2015).

Duke is strongly encouraging the use of this system since it will save you time now and in the future due to its automated features.

•    Pulls in profile information if you already have a profile in eRA Commons
•    Uploads your publications from My NCBI’s My Bibliography or through an ORCID account
•    Allows you to create several different versions of your profile by reusing information...

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Categories: Alerts

Tags: NIH, My NCBI, SciENcv

NIH Public Access Compliance Tips
Posted On: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 21:36 by Patricia Thibodeau

Here are some tips to help you become and stay compliant with the NIH Public Access Policy.

If you are the PI of the grant but not the author on a paperNIH holds the PI who receives the funding responsible for all compliance. Therefore, you must ensure all peer-reviewed articles resulting from your NIH grant are compliant, even if you are NOT an author.
  • Take a look at the article. The researcher may be using data, specimens or equipment from your grant and acknowledging that.
  • Work with other Co-PIs on the grant who may know more about the article.
If you are not the PI of the grant, contact NIH and let them know the information is... MORE

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Guide Available: Complying with NIH Public Access Policy
Posted On: Friday, February 22, 2013 - 13:15 by Beverly Murphy

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is now requiring that all institutions be compliant with the Public Access Policy. 

NIH will delay processing of non-competing continuation grant awards with a start date of July 1, 2013 or beyond, if your publications are NOT compliant.  See the full policy at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-12-142.html

The Library has developed a new guide with instructions for complying with the NIH policy (http://guides.mclibrary.duke.edu/nihpapcompliance). ...

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