In Conversation with...Linda Aiken, PhD, RN
- New responsive PubMed site replaces PubMed MobileOur new, responsive PubMed site replaces PubMed Mobile. You now have the full PubMed experience on any size screen, including the ability to save and email citations, use the Clipboard, and send citations to My NCBI Collections on your mobile device.
- The New PubMed Updated: Summary Display with Full Author List, Send to: Citation manager, PubMed Format, and MoreThe New PubMed Updated: Summary display includes the full author list and other citation details; Send to: Citation manager is available; RIS format is replaced by PubMed format; Search details include individual term translations; Citations in the Clipboard have been added to History as search number #0.
- Thanks for Your Feedback on the New PubMedSince the launch of the new PubMed on November 18, 2019, we have been delighted to see many users trying the new site and sharing feedback on their experience.
- New PubMed Features AddedSeveral features have been updated in the new PubMed, including options to customize the number of items per page, sort by publication date, reverse sort order, see all similar articles, and download the Results by Year timeline.
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