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This tutorial explores setting up a MyNCBI account. (NCBI stands for National Center for Biotechnology Information.) A My NCBI account allows users to save citations and searches, organize citations into collections, and set up email alerts that help users to track new articles that match their previously saved searches.
This tutorial focuses on Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) searching, which is an additional way to bring more control to a search and increase the relevance of the results. Medical subject headings describe the content of items included in the database and are assigned from a controlled vocabulary.
Additional MeSH training resources provided by the National Library of Medicine:
This tutorial covers the options available after you have run a carefully constructed search and are now sorting your search results and making selections that better fit your needs. The tutorial covers filters, display options, and sending results to a citation manager.
Additional Managing Citations training resources provided by the National Library of Medicine: