Table of Contents: 2017 MARCH–APRIL No. 415
Collins M. PubMed Updates March 2017. NLM Tech Bull. 2017 Mar-Apr;(415):e2.
[Editor's note: These changes were implemented in PubMed on March 8, 2017.]
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is pleased to announce four upcoming enhancements to PubMed.
PubMed will include conflict of interest statements below the abstract when these statements are supplied by the publisher (see Figure 1).
NLM is adding editorial expressions of concern as a new pair of linking elements in the Comments/Corrections suite in PubMed. Expressions of concern, previously handled as comments, will be labeled explicitly in the abstract display (see Figure 2).
The "Per page" menu, which allows users to customize the number of items that appear on the results screen, will appear at the top of the results list (see Figure 3).
The status tag [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] will be replaced with the tag [Indexed for MEDLINE] (see Figure 4).
The Abstract display in PubMed will include a status tag only if the citation is indexed for MEDLINE. Additional status tags will still appear in the MEDLINE and XML displays. The citation status search strategies will continue to function as they always have. Please see Citation Status Subsets in online help for more information.
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