Archive for the ‘National Library of Medicine’ Category

NIH — Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources

October 8, 2014 Comments off

Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources
Source: Disaster Information Management Research Center (National Library Medicine)

  • U.S. Federal Organizations
  • U.S. Organizations
  • International Organizations
  • National Government (non-U.S.) Web Sites
  • Free Resources from Publishers for Medical Responders
  • Biomedical Journal Literature and Reports
  • Ebolavirus Information Sources
  • Situation Reports
  • Training
  • Social Media
  • Maps
  • Health Resources for the Public
  • Multi-Language Resources
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MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing

June 10, 2014 Comments off

MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing
Source: National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health

What should you look for when evaluating the quality of health information on Web sites? Here are some suggestions based on our experience.

See also: MedlinePlus — Evaluating Health Information
See also: MedlinePlus — Evaluating Internet Health Information: A Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine

Fact Sheet: Conflict of Interest Disclosure and Journal Supplements in MEDLINE®

September 3, 2012 Comments off

Fact Sheet: Conflict of Interest Disclosure and Journal Supplements in MEDLINE®
Source: National Library of Medicine

Journals indexed for MEDLINE® sometimes publish supplements devoted to a specific topic and that may be financed by profit-making organizations or by organizations representing for-profit interests. The supplements may have a guest editor or may be produced outside of the routine editorial and peer review processes of the journal. Citation of these supplements in MEDLINE may give the appearance that for-profit interests have acquired a place in the scholarly literature while working outside of the usual standards for publication that were considered when the journal was approved for indexing in MEDLINE by the NLM Literature Selection Technical Review Committee. Supplements will thus be cited and indexed for MEDLINE only if certain conditions are met.

If a supplement is sponsored by an outside organization, or reports on a conference or other activity that was sponsored by an outside organization, or is devoted to a special topic that is in any way related to a proprietary product, then the articles in the supplement will not be cited and indexed for MEDLINE unless the supplement includes the disclosure information that is described below. An “outside organization” does not include the organization for which the journal is the publishing organ (e.g., the American Academy of Dermatology and the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology), nor does it include any U.S. or non-U.S. government agency.


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