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150440 2012-05-02 19:28 83 Re: JSTOR
150365 2012-04-30 14:32 38 REF: sports performance clinics market
150298 2012-04-25 18:23 31 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150275 2012-04-25 15:46 1148 Re: Medical video database
150272 2012-04-25 10:06 956 Re: Medical video database
150277 2012-04-25 09:10 1181 Re: Medical video database
150264 2012-04-24 18:12 60 Help Finding Citation?!
150257 2012-04-24 15:21 61 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150206 2012-04-24 15:12 70 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150228 2012-04-24 13:31 46 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150215 2012-04-24 08:55 83 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150180 2012-04-23 18:44 287 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
150182 2012-04-23 16:44 301 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
150173 2012-04-23 16:24 206 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150177 2012-04-23 13:26 246 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150176 2012-04-23 12:20 65 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150175 2012-04-23 12:10 33 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150169 2012-04-23 11:30 161 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150171 2012-04-23 11:07 190 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150167 2012-04-23 08:26 145 FW: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
150158 2012-04-22 11:38 176 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150154 2012-04-21 12:21 129 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150153 2012-04-21 12:17 113 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150152 2012-04-21 10:53 100 Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
150137 2012-04-20 08:15 55 Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
149926 2012-04-09 09:34 28 REF?: Chemotherapy readmission rates
149920 2012-04-08 10:37 79 Re: Summon Search Adds Proximity to Searching Capabilities
149898 2012-04-05 11:41 165 Re: One-Stop Shop for tools, scales, measures, and instruments described in published articles?
149875 2012-04-04 13:20 121 Summary: EBSCO managing full text DB titles in PubMed Linkout
149751 2012-03-28 17:23 66 Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
149750 2012-03-28 16:51 47 Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
149748 2012-03-28 16:47 40 Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
149729 2012-03-27 19:48 41 Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
149719 2012-03-27 18:31 49 FW: Is Ebscohost down? Thanks got the answer - it's down
149714 2012-03-27 18:29 39 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149712 2012-03-27 18:27 21 Is Ebscohost down?
149733 2012-03-27 16:25 42 PubMed problems as well
149732 2012-03-27 16:15 36 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149728 2012-03-27 15:44 17 Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
149727 2012-03-27 14:41 33 ILL: Military Medicine, March 2012
149723 2012-03-27 14:36 48 Question Re CHEST Antithrombotic Guidelines
149722 2012-03-27 14:33 65 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149720 2012-03-27 14:31 19 Ebsco is down
149715 2012-03-27 14:29 55 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149716 2012-03-27 14:29 41 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149717 2012-03-27 14:29 32 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149726 2012-03-27 14:29 79 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149713 2012-03-27 14:28 44 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149718 2012-03-27 13:30 56 Re: Is Ebscohost down?
149721 2012-03-27 12:31 20 EBSCO is Down Worldwide

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Item #150440 (2 May 2012 19:28) - Re: JSTOR

I just assumed that JSTOR was a platform for electronic journal content - I have never fully investigated, but it seemed akin to Ovid, EBSCOhost databases, etc. As I said, I only use it for our electronic subscription to ICHE. I guess I'm kind of confused on how an article can only be accessible via JSTOR? Unless the journal it appears in is not available anywhere else (print, publisher website, etc.).


Item #150365 (30 Apr 2012 14:32) - REF: sports performance clinics market
they or another organization be a likely source? I have no access to
Ebsco, so can't try the SportDiscus database. Anyone have any ideas of
where else I can look for this? Thanks!!


Item #150298 (25 Apr 2012 18:23) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Maryann Cowgill / Maureen Coley <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: Renita Krasnodebski <[log in to unmask]>


Item #150275 (25 Apr 2012 15:46) - Re: Medical video database
> 1. CHAT: Librarians' Salaries (2)
> 2. Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> 3. ILL: International Journal of Nursing Education
> From: Renita Krasnodebski &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt;
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> &gt; &gt; From: [log in to unmask]
> &gt; &gt; Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> &gt; &gt; To: [log in to unmask]
> Journal of Infection Control, but she wasn't positive. I have
> searched a variety of terms in PubMed, EBSCO (MEDLINE, Nursing
> Reference Center), and the Web to no avail. The 5 C's are "competent,


Item #150272 (25 Apr 2012 10:06) - Re: Medical video database
1. CHAT: Librarians' Salaries (2)
2. Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
3. ILL: International Journal of Nursing Education
From: Renita Krasnodebski &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt;
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

&gt; &gt; From: [log in to unmask]
&gt; &gt; Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
&gt; &gt; To: [log in to unmask]
Journal of Infection Control, but she wasn't positive. I have
searched a variety of terms in PubMed, EBSCO (MEDLINE, Nursing
Reference Center), and the Web to no avail. The 5 C's are "competent,


Item #150277 (25 Apr 2012 09:10) - Re: Medical video database
> 1. CHAT: Librarians' Salaries (2)
> 2. Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> 3. ILL: International Journal of Nursing Education
> From: Renita Krasnodebski &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt;
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> &gt; &gt; From: [log in to unmask]
> &gt; &gt; Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> &gt; &gt; To: [log in to unmask]
> Journal of Infection Control, but she wasn't positive. I have
> searched a variety of terms in PubMed, EBSCO (MEDLINE, Nursing
> Reference Center), and the Web to no avail. The 5 C's are "competent,


Item #150264 (24 Apr 2012 18:12) - Help Finding Citation?!
Journal of Infection Control, but she wasn't positive. I have
searched a variety of terms in PubMed, EBSCO (MEDLINE, Nursing
Reference Center), and the Web to no avail. The 5 C's are "competent,


Item #150257 (24 Apr 2012 15:21) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Renita Krasnodebski <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: Donna Berryman <[log in to unmask]>
> > From: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> > To: [log in to unmask]


Item #150206 (24 Apr 2012 15:12) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Debra A Werner <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
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Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 12:10 PM
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed


Item #150228 (24 Apr 2012 13:31) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Donna Berryman <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: [log in to unmask]
> From: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
> To: [log in to unmask]


Item #150215 (24 Apr 2012 08:55) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Sue Bradley <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 12:10 PM
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>


Item #150180 (23 Apr 2012 18:44) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
From: "Mills, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I have followed this thread with interest. I teach all of our students to use PubMed for one important reason. As they move into hospitals that are not affiliated with academic centers or do not have the budget for OVID, PubMed will always be available to them. I have spoken of my concerns about this to our local nursing instructors as well. I agree with the specificity of OVID but the new linking abilities, the MyNCBI enhancements all add to the benefits of learning and using PubMed . Most of the students I have been working with are confused by the different databases and there is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain these every day.

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

I agree with Paul's lists of the advantages of both products. I'd add that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is especially important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic reviews of the health sciences literature. I have helped many students conduct their systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all the relevant MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in PubMed.
However, when they actually run the searches, they should use PubMed because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid (as noted by Paul).

> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
subscriptions.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150182 (23 Apr 2012 16:44) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
From: Renita Krasnodebski <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. Pub Med
Comments: To: "Mills, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
> terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain
> these every day.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
> have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.
>
> that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
> EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is especially
> important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic reviews of the
> systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all the relevant
> MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in PubMed.
> However, when they actually run the searches, they should use PubMed
> because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
> indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid (as
> noted by Paul).
> > * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> > * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
> subscriptions.
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
> >
> > information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> > asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> > always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150173 (23 Apr 2012 16:24) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: "Titus, Mollie" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

databases and there is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain
these every day.
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is
especially important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic
conduct their systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all
the relevant MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in
PubMed.
because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid
(as noted by Paul).
> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
subscriptions.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150177 (23 Apr 2012 13:26) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: "Aspri, Jo-Anne" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: "Titus, Mollie" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I have followed this thread with interest. I teach all of our students to use PubMed for one important reason. As they move into hospitals that are not affiliated with academic centers or do not have the budget for OVID, PubMed will always be available to them. I have spoken of my concerns about this to our local nursing instructors as well. I agree with the specificity of OVID but the new linking abilities, the MyNCBI enhancements all add to the benefits of learning and using PubMed . Most of the students I have been working with are confused by the different databases and there is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain these every day.

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

I agree with Paul's lists of the advantages of both products. I'd add that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is especially important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic reviews of the health sciences literature. I have helped many students conduct their systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all the relevant MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in PubMed.
However, when they actually run the searches, they should use PubMed because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid (as noted by Paul).

> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
subscriptions.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150176 (23 Apr 2012 12:20) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Susan Fowler <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: Julie Stielstra <[log in to unmask]>


Item #150175 (23 Apr 2012 12:10) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Julie Stielstra <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>


Item #150169 (23 Apr 2012 11:30) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Patti Reynolds <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: Shannon Kealey <[log in to unmask]>
databases and there is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain
these every day.
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is
especially important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic
conduct their systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all
the relevant MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in
PubMed.
because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid
(as noted by Paul).
> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
subscriptions.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150171 (23 Apr 2012 11:07) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Susan Fowler <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: Patti Reynolds <[log in to unmask]>
indexed and PubMed Central publications, neither of which are included in
the Ovid or Ebsco interfaces to Medline. The one thing that the Ovid
interface allows for that PubMed does not is adjacency searching. I don't
> databases and there is a definite learning curve. When one considers the
> terms: OVID, EbscoHost, PubMed, Medline, CINAHL.... I try and explain
> these every day.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
>
> I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
> have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.
>
> that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
> EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is
> especially important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic
> conduct their systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all
> the relevant MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in
> PubMed.
> because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
> indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid
> (as noted by Paul).
> > * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> > * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal
> subscriptions.
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
> >
> > information. We have a new director of nursing education that has
> > asked me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've
> > always used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I


Item #150167 (23 Apr 2012 08:26) - FW: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
From: "Erickson, Emily" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: FW: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
MIME-Version: 1.0

One clarification I do want to make is that Ebscohost and Ovid are not
databases. In actuality, they are both vendors that offer many
different databases. For instance, Ovid offers Clin-eguide (which we
subscribe to here at MGMC)and Ebscohost has CINHAL. While we used to
subscribe to CINAHL, we quit subscribing about 6-7 years ago. I found I

Now, both Ovid and Ebscohost offer Medline, but through my
understanding, and confirmation from other librarians, Medline - through
to journals that we have access to would be available. I will look into
this and see about getting this set up. Ebsco's databases offer up to
800 full-text journals, but most journals are incomplete collections or
are out-of-date. I was given this information by a librarian that
subscribes to Ebsco.


Item #150158 (22 Apr 2012 11:38) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: "Vonville, Helena M" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed

I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is especially
important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic reviews of the
systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all the relevant
MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in PubMed.
However, when they actually run the searches, they should use PubMed
because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid (as
noted by Paul).
> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal subscriptions.
> * Superior keyword searching, primarily for physicians.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has asked
> me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've always
> used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I am


Item #150154 (21 Apr 2012 12:21) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Shannon Kealey <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
I work at two institutions, and at each of them we use PubMed, and also
have a subscription to Medline via either EBSCO or Ovid.

that, in my opinion, the thesaurus to find relevant MeSH headings in the
EBSCO/Ovid products are superior to the MeSH database. This is especially
important if any of your patrons wish to conduct systematic reviews of the
systematic reviews, and we have an easier time finding all the relevant
MeSH headings using Ovid or EBSCO than the MeSH database in PubMed.
However, when they actually run the searches, they should use PubMed
because of the access to the most recent results that are not yet fully
indexed for Medline, which won't yet be available through EBSCO or Ovid (as
noted by Paul).
> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal subscriptions.
> * Superior keyword searching, primarily for physicians.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has asked
> me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've always
> used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I am


Item #150153 (21 Apr 2012 12:17) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: Renita Krasnodebski <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: "Deane, Paul" <[log in to unmask]>
> * Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
> * Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal subscriptions.
> * Superior keyword searching, primarily for physicians.
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
>
> information. We have a new director of nursing education that has asked
> me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've always
> used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I am


Item #150152 (21 Apr 2012 10:53) - Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
From: "Deane, Paul" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Chat: Ovid vs. Ebscohost vs. PubMed
Comments: To: "Erickson, Emily" <[log in to unmask]>
* Current citations available before they appear on Ovid.
* Links with Docline including Ovid and EBSCO CINAHL journal subscriptions.
* Superior keyword searching, primarily for physicians.
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed

information. We have a new director of nursing education that has asked
me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've always
used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I am


Item #150137 (20 Apr 2012 08:15) - Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
From: "Erickson, Emily" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Chat: Ovid vs Ebscohost vs PubMed
MIME-Version: 1.0
information. We have a new director of nursing education that has asked
me why I don't have Ovid or Ebscohost. My answer is that I've always
used PubMed and it's free. But, it has got me to thinking if I am


Item #149926 (9 Apr 2012 09:34) - REF?: Chemotherapy readmission rates

I do not know where to find statistics for chemo related readmission rates. I have searched Pubmed and Ebsco databases, and also Google. Does anyone have any references that may be helpful or tips on terminology?


Item #149920 (8 Apr 2012 10:37) - Re: Summon Search Adds Proximity to Searching Capabilities

Gosh, if not they could only add this Oh-so-advanced technology to PubMed. Wait- it's not that advanced. Ovid and Ebsco allow it and have for years.


Item #149898 (5 Apr 2012 11:41) - Re: One-Stop Shop for tools, scales, measures, and instruments described in published articles?
available via the
*Ebsco<http://toby.library.ubc.ca/resources/infopage.cfm?idí>
* interface. (Some related content can be found in Google


Item #149875 (4 Apr 2012 13:20) - Summary: EBSCO managing full text DB titles in PubMed Linkout
From: Danielle Linden <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Summary: EBSCO managing full text DB titles in PubMed Linkout
MIME-Version: 1.0

1. Ebsco or NLM did this for us. I don't remember how it was done since it was many years ago. It is far too much work to do it yourself. Also, the problem is that their journal coverage changes every year without you necessarily knowing it. So, how would you keep up with the changes?


3. We have had Ebsco loading the FT titles from our aggregators for a few years and everything seemed to be going fairly smoothly.

The biggest problem was that you had to assume that titles were there in Linkout (look them up in Pubmed to see) because the Ebsco loads don't show up in the admin side as they would if you individually activate them (this has always bothered me).

However, just lately there has been some big glitch going on at Ebsco and I haven't seen any announcement about it.

Our ILL librarian reported to me that Docline was showing in Linkout that embargoed titles were full text when they clearly were not; and titles without full text at all were showing up as FT. This was/is intermittent-- not everything. I wrote to Ebsco and they acknowledged the problem and say they have been looking into the internal issue, but I haven't heard back that it's been fixed-- and the titles I reported are still wrong.

Problem is that I simply don't have the time to activate in the submission tool one by one; really difficult for the number of Ebsco dbs we have. I'd rather spend my time trying to get Ebsco to fix things (although it often takes way too long for them to get back to me).

4. I would definately let them take care of this for you. Startup/maintenance on your end is nothing at all, just give them your LinkOut ID. they do everything else for you. (You will want to undo whatever you've done yourself in the Submission tool, as they can't, and having multiple sets of links could be confusing.)
As to glitches, we've had only a handful. Sometimes PubMed will try to link to an article that EBSCOhost can't find; I'm not sure why this happens but there is a reporting mechansim. It doesn't happen any more often with EBSCO than with some publisher sites. There have been a couple of other isolated issues but nothing major or that wasn't corrected quickly when reported.
My experience hasn't given me any reason to want to take this on myself.

5. We have a still larger EBSCOHost collection, so it makes even more sense to have EBSCO handle the LinkOut setup. That is, except for one thing: I am not convinced that the embargoes (current X month(s) of content is withheld) are being correctly handled. EBSCO insists they are providing the embargo information, and the PubMed folks tell me they are accepting whatever EBSCO feeds them - i.e., if anything is wrong, it's the other guy's fault. Unfortunately, though, there is some something wrong, in that LinkOut shows links to full-text on EBSCOHost where we may have access to the title, but the items are within embargo periods, and are thus not truly available as full text. Some day when things settle down here slightly (from tornado to hurricane ;-) ), I want to call up items on PubMed of a decent number of EBSCOHost titles to confirm the problem is systematic and not hit-or-miss or for certain titles only.

Overall, having EBSCO set things up (and update them) is worthwhile. But this embargo syndrome is concerning.


6. We have Ebsco do this to save us all the hand entry but there are a few problems. These are the two we see occasionally. That said, I think that having them manage it still saves us enough time to justify it.


Item #149751 (28 Mar 2012 17:23) - Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
From: "Schroeder, Heidi" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?


Item #149750 (28 Mar 2012 16:51) - Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
From: "Whannell, Paula" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
Comments: To: Vicki Harden <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?


Item #149748 (28 Mar 2012 16:47) - Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
From: Vicki Harden <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Is Ebsco Host Still Down Today?
MIME-Version: 1.0


Item #149729 (27 Mar 2012 19:48) - Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
From: "Nichols, William" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.


Item #149719 (27 Mar 2012 18:31) - FW: Is Ebscohost down? Thanks got the answer - it's down
From: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: FW: Is Ebscohost down? Thanks got the answer - it's down
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
To: Jesano,Rae
Subject: RE: Is Ebscohost down?


All EBSCO databases are currently down. Maintenance was done this morning which caused some issues and now when you try to access a database the page times out.

EBSCO is currently working on this and it is their top priority.

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149714 (27 Mar 2012 18:29) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: Brian Helstien <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149712 (27 Mar 2012 18:27) - Is Ebscohost down?
From: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?
MIME-Version: 1.0

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149733 (27 Mar 2012 16:25) - PubMed problems as well
I've tried it numerous times this afternoon, going in and out, with no
luck. With no EBSCO and no PubMed, I really think I do need to go
home!!


Item #149732 (27 Mar 2012 16:15) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: Library <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
In-Reply-To: A<[log in to unmask]>

EBSCOhost and EDS Status

Due to routine maintenance currently underway, we are experiencing
temporary service interruptions for EBSCOhost and EDS users.


Item #149728 (27 Mar 2012 15:44) - Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
From: seconlibrary <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Ebsco and DynaMed down.
MIME-Version: 1.0


Item #149727 (27 Mar 2012 14:41) - ILL: Military Medicine, March 2012

Has anyone received the March 2012 issue of Military Medicine? EBSCO hasn't loaded it yet. I contacted a couple librarians who receive the print version and they don't have it either. One of our staff members published an article in it. If you have it, I can send a Docline or OCLC ILL request. Able to pay. Thank you.


Item #149723 (27 Mar 2012 14:36) - Question Re CHEST Antithrombotic Guidelines
do not subscribe to the journal and do not get it through our
databases (EBSCO).


Item #149722 (27 Mar 2012 14:33) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: Claire Huntington <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: Rae Jesano <[log in to unmask]>

Due to routine maintenance currently underway, we are experiencing temporary service interruptions for EBSCOhost and EDS users.
We apologize for this inconvenience and assure you that our engineering team is working on this top priority to restore service as soon as possible.
>>> "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]> 3/27/2012 2:27 PM >>>
If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149720 (27 Mar 2012 14:31) - Ebsco is down
From: seconlibrary <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Ebsco is down
MIME-Version: 1.0

Ebsco is down. I called and they are having a problem at their end.


Item #149715 (27 Mar 2012 14:29) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: Mary Spalding <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Jesano,Rae <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in?  All we are getting is a blank screen.
>


Item #149716 (27 Mar 2012 14:29) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: "Aldrich, Nancy" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>

Hi - we couldn't get into CINAHL about 2 hours ago. I called Ebsco and they are "aware of the problem" - it's their servers. No ETA given. I just checked and I still can't get in.

To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149717 (27 Mar 2012 14:29) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: "Durivage, Mary Jo" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a
blank screen.


Item #149726 (27 Mar 2012 14:29) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: Elizabeth Laera <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: Claire Huntington <[log in to unmask]>
> Due to routine maintenance currently underway, we are experiencing
> temporary service interruptions for EBSCOhost and EDS users.
> We apologize for this inconvenience and assure you that our engineering
> >>> "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]> 3/27/2012 2:27 PM >>>
> If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a
> blank screen.


Item #149713 (27 Mar 2012 14:28) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: "Flathers, Kristina" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a
blank screen.


Item #149718 (27 Mar 2012 13:30) - Re: Is Ebscohost down?
From: "Miller, Lou" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Is Ebscohost down?
Comments: To: "Jesano,Rae" <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Is Ebscohost down?

If you subscribe to Ebscohost, can you get in? All we are getting is a blank screen.


Item #149721 (27 Mar 2012 12:31) - EBSCO is Down Worldwide
From: Emily Eresuma <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: EBSCO is Down Worldwide
MIME-Version: 1.0



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