Sesiones formativas online en español sobre la Web of Science

14 febrero, 2019
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Desde la Biblioteca Virtual de la Consejería de Sanidad nos comunican que Clarivate Analitycs realizará tres sesiones formativas online en español sobre la Web of Science los próximos días 18, 19 y 26 de febrero:
  1. Cómo identificar, visualizar y analizar contenido en abierto en la Web of Science. 18 de febrero a las 12:00 (hora de Madrid)
  2. Descubre el perfil nuevo de Publons: un sitio único donde el investigador puede mostrar el impacto de su investigación, introducir publicaciones, visualizar métricas de citas de la Web of Science y añadir actividades de revisión. 19 de febrero a las 12:00 (hora de Madrid)
  3. Cada revista tiene una historia: como contar la historia de una revista y entenden mejor su posición en un campo científico con métricas basadas en impacto y publicaciones. 26 de febrero a las 12:00 (hora de Madrid)

 

Toda la información sobre las sesiones e inscripción en https://www.recursoscientificos.fecyt.es/noticias/sesiones-formativas-de-wos-organizadas-por-clarivate-febrero-2019

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#BiblioSesiones 10: Ser o no ser, la importancia de la firma en la publicación de los trabajos científicos

11 febrero, 2019

dyyvilzwwaeaoc-Como sabéis, dentro del servicio de  formación de usuarios de la Biblioteca del HUF, se  han programado las #BiblioSesiones, píldoras formativas mensuales centradas en cuestiones muy concretas y prácticas. Salvo imprevistos, las #BiblioSesiones tienen lugar el tercer viernes de cada mes a las 08:15 h. con una duración de unos 45 minutos. No hay continuidad entre ellas, se pueden hacer todas o solo alguna/s. No es necesaria inscripción previa (la asistencia quedará registrada en los expedientes personales de Formación Continuada a través de hoja de firmas).

La bibliosesión de febrero la hemos titulado Ser o no ser, la importancia de la firma en la publicación de los trabajos científicos.

Os esperamos el viernes 15/02/19 en el Aula 6 (Informática) a las 08:15 h. Quien no pueda venir siempre puede consultar el Blog de la Biblioteca HFLR (https://bibliohflr.wordpress.com/bibliosesiones/) el viernes para acceder a los contenidos principales de la sesión o solicitar la sesión en su servicio/unidad.


Últimas incorporaciones a JBI EBP DB (enero 2019)

4 febrero, 2019

New JBI Reports, January 2019
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of medical marijuana (cannabis) and its derivatives in the management of cancer pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of medical marijuana (cannabis) and its derivatives in the management of cancer pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of codeine to manage pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of codeine to manage pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of paracetamol to manage pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of ketamine to manage pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of ketamine to manage pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of hydromorphone in the management of cancer pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of hydromorphone in the management of cancer pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding hypnosis in the management of pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding hypnosis in the management of pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding hypnosis in the management of pain in people with cancer?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the effectiveness of cognitive behaviour distraction therapy or deep relaxation therapy in the management of nausea and vomiting symptoms associated with cancer chemotherapy?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding cooling burns with water as a first aid treatment on post-burn outcomes?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the cost effectiveness of treating superficial burn injuries with silver containing products?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding wound dressings for superficial and partial thickness burn injuries?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the effects of home-based versus hospital–based cardiac rehabilitation interventions on clinical and health related quality of life outcomes and adherence to programs among patients undergoing cardiac rehabilitation following a heart attack?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the methods for cleaning and maintaining aerosol therapy devices at home?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the methods of administering sterile water injections for women in labor?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding patient considerations in the administration of sterile water injections for women in labor?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding patient considerations in the administration of sterile water injections for women in labor?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the non-pharmacological management of post-stroke osteoporosis?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of ultrasound therapy for managing neck pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the use of intermittent cervical traction for managing neck pain?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the benefits of superficial heat or cold application in patients with knee osteoarthritis?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding self-management for stroke survivors?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding conservative management of limb edema in stroke?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding non-surgical management of contractures in stroke?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the effectiveness of chemoradiation therapy in treating nasopharyngeal carcinoma?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the management of dysphagia (swallowing disorders) resulting from nasopharyngeal carcinoma or its treatment?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the management of dysphonia (voice disorders) resulting from treatment of nasopharyngeal carcinoma?
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PICO Question: What is the best available evidence regarding the role of surgery in the management of patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma?
Systematic Reviews
PICO Question: To investigate the effectiveness of nurse-led cardiac rehabilitation programs following coronary artery bypass graft surgery on patients’ health-related quality of life and hospital readmission
JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, January 2019
Systematic Review
PICO Question: To synthesize the best available qualitative evidence on the experiences and support needs of people with serious mental illness (SMI) regarding sexuality and intimacy within hospital and community settings

Acceso Alternativo desde ScienceDirect a ClinicalKey

18 enero, 2019

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Seguramente muchos de vosotros/as ya lo habréis observado pero hay una importante novedad en el acceso a estas dos plataformas (disponibles para los usuarios de Biblioteca HUF a través de la BV de la Consejería de Sanidad):

En el caso que, navegando por el contenido de ScienceDirect, se necesite contenido de una revista no incluida en la suscripción de ScienceDirect, el sistema – de forma automática – abrirá una ventana pop-up “de acceso alternativo” en el caso que este contenido si esté disponible en la suscripción de ClinicalKey. De esta manera se ganarán accesos a contenido suscrito en ClinicalKey.

Toda la información al detalle disponible a través de Elsevier o directamente en la Biblioteca HUF.

 


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