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Embase - Reviewing the Literature Beyond Medline

August 29, 2016
12:00am - 12:30am


Comprehensive literature searches require searching in more than one database.  Embase, a biomedical literature database, indexes six million+ records and 2,900+ journals that are not covered in MEDLINE and provides coverage back to 1947.  In addition, Embase includes 2 million conference abstracts dating back to 2009 from over 6,000 conferences for drug and biomedical research.  This 30-minute webinar will teach you how to construct a search in Embase using the Ovid interface and pull out the best literature for your research.  Attend, ask questions, and receive helpful input from an experienced searcher-librarian from the Research Medical Library.

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Ask us about special Departmental sessions on Evidence Based Practice, Impact Factors, Literature Review Searching, Scopus, Copyright, NIH Public Access Policy, EndNote and more.

We also offer Orientations, Library Tours and Journal Clubs.

Learn more about the instructors and the Classroom.

Questions? Contact Laurissa Gann at or 713-794-4111.

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