Answered By: Rudolph Matas Library. Health Sciences Reference Dept.
Last Updated: May 31, 2016     Views: 23

Most databases have an option for users to set up personal accounts. Many resources require an personal account for certain features, such as saving searches, or accessing a specific question/answer resource. The Matas Library recommends that users create a personal account for the Library databases that are used frequently or for complicated research. You may save your searches and also save citations for later use. Access to full-text may be enhanced by using the TULink icon in the live databases rather than from email or print.

  1. MyNCBI Help | Login to MyNCBI
    1. Use MyNCBI to save searches & create article alerts in PubMed
  2. OvidSP Help 
    1. Create an OvidSP account to save searches & create alerts in Ovid MEDLINE and Ovid Global Health Database
  3. Embase Help 
    1. Create an Embase account to save searches & create alerts in Embase