In Fall/Winter 2019, PubMed will be undergoing some changes to the interface. If you want to see some of the changes that are coming before the current version of PubMed is replaced, you can visit PubMed Labs, the experimental platform that has some of the major updates already available.
Wondering what’s new? Here are some of the updated features:
Enhanced Search Results
The new version of PubMed (currently PubMed Labs) will have an enhanced relevant sort option, named Best Match, that ranks search results according to several relevance signals, including an article’s popularity, its publication date and type, and its query-document relevant score.
The search results page will now automatically include highlighted text fragments from the article abstract that are selected based on relevance to the search.
Have you ever tried to use PubMed on your phone or tablet? The current version doesn’t work very well, but the new version of PubMed will feature a mobile-first responsive layout that offers better support for smaller device screens. The new interface will be compatible with any screen size no matter how you access PubMed.
Furthermore, DeSanto had an additional publication selected
as a featured article with DCT on her role as a Clinical Librarian assisting
inpatient teams in clinical rounding. In “Answering
Questions at the Point of Care,” she provides an overview of her role as a
librarian during clinical rounds, including the professional knowledge she
brings to the role and the technologies and resources she uses the most in this
Check out both of these articles in the links above, and join us in congratulating their hard work!
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