NLM RSS Feeds, Podcasts and Webcasts

Die NLM hat eine (neue?) Seite zum obigen Themenkreis. Es werden Feeds zu folgenden Topics angeboten:

RSS feeds from NLM
– RSS PubMed New and Noteworthy – Enhancements to the PubMed, Journals, and MeSH databases
– RSS Bookshelf News – Announcements about the NCBI Bookshelf
– RSS NIH Clinical Alerts and Advisories – Clinical findings that significantly affect morbidity and mortality
– RSS DailyMed Drug Label Updates – High quality information about marketed drugs
– RSS NLM General Announcements – New and updated files on selected NLM Web sites
– RSS Library-LinkOut Announcements – Journal titles added to the PubMed LinkOut program
– RSS MedlinePlus Health News – Press announcements and HealthDay news stories
– RSS What’s New on MedlinePlus – Highlights, features and announcements
– RSS Qué hay de nuevo en MedlinePlus – Highlights, features and announcements for MedlinePlus en español
– RSS NLM Technical Bulletin – Newsletter on NLM Web Sites for online searchers
– RSS PubMed Central News – Changes and new journals in PubMed Central
– RSS Division of Specialized Information Services (SIS) News – New resources, projects and activities

Podcasts from NLM

Podcasts are multimedia files, such as audio programs or music videos, that are distributed over the Internet using the RSS format. Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D., Director of the National Library of Medicine, narrates a weekly update highlighting new materials on MedlinePlus. See a list of all available „MedlinePlus: NLM Director’s Comments“ podcasts.

– Podcast MedlinePlus: NLM Director’s Comments
– Subscribe with iTunes to the „MedlinePlus: NLM Director’s Comments“ podcast

Webcasts from NLM
Webcasts, or presentations broadcast over the Internet, allow participants to interact with a presenter via a chat window or teleconference. Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) Webcasts educate users on the diverse products that make up the UMLS. See more information on UMLS Webcasts.

– UMLS Webcast Schedule

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