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Webinar Recording: Searching for Health Information

Recording of Virtual Education Sessions​


The Perils of Predatory Journals, November 22, 2017

On October 22, 2017, we offered the session The Perils of Predatory JournalsA recording of this presentation is now available.  Note that you will need to provide your name and email address to view this recording.

If you watched this record, we would appreciate your feedback in our brief evaluation.

If you would like a copy of the slides or handout for this presentation, please contact us for copies.

Note that this video will only be available until December 11.

Evidence-Based Practice and Levels of Evidence, October 30, 2017

On October 30, 2017, we offered the second session in our fall education series Evidence-Based Practice and Levels of Evidence. A recording of this presentation is now available. Note that you will need to provide your name and email address to view this recording.

If you watched this record, we would appreciate your feedback in our brief evaluation.

If you would like a copy of the slides or handout for this presentation, please contact us for copies.

Note that this video will only be available until December 11.

Upcoming Education Sessions

Upcoming Education Sessions​


IMPROVING YOUR PUBMED SEARCH SKILLS
Learn the ins and outs of PubMed, the premiere health search engine, to optimize your information seeking in this seminar for beginners and experienced users alike.

December 5: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
11h00 - 12h00
No registration required.

December 11: Online on GoToWebinar
11h00 - 12h00
Register now!


KEEPING CURRENT WITH THE LITERATURE
Learn how to keep on top of the latest developments in your field - and how to have customized article lists delivered right to your inbox.

January 9: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
13h30-14h30
No registration required

January 19: Online on GoToWebinar
13h00 - 14h00
Register now!


GOOGLING FOR GOOD EVIDENCE - Back by Popular Demand
Join us to improve your Googling! In this session, you will learn advanced search techniques for Google and Google Scholar!

January 16: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
11h00 - noon
No registration required

January 24: Online on GoToWebinar
11h00 - noon
Register now!


HEALTHCARE APPS
Your phones and tablets can be powerful healthcare tools - learn about the latest and greatest healthcare apps, including UpToDate!

February 6: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
11h00 - noon
No registration required

February 14: Online on GoToWebinar
13h30 - 14h30
Register now!


REFERENCE MANAGEMENT
Juggling references and trying to keep citations straight? Learn about tools to keep your references organized, including EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero.

March 8: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
14h00 - 15h00
No registration required

March 21: Online on GoToWebinar
10h30 - 11h30
Register now!


CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF EVIDENCE
Working with evidence means assessing its quality - learn techniques to critically appraise the information you use everyday!

April 17: in-person at Manitoba Health
300 Carlton, Room 2026
11h00 - noon
No registration required

April 30: Online on GoToWebinar
14h00 - 15h00
Register now!

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UpToDate Now Available for Health Care Providers in Manitoba!

 

UpToDate Now Available for Health Care Providers in Manitoba!


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About Us

 

Manitoba's Health Information and Knowledge Network (MHIKNET)

Pronounced "my net", MHIKNET is Manitoba's Health Information and Knowledge Network, and is a service provided by the University of Manitoba's Health Sciences Libraries to staff of Manitoba Health, Seniors & Active Living, staff of participating Regional Health Authorities, and fee-for-service physicians in Manitoba.

MHIKNET provides quality information for patient care, evidence-based practice, health promotion, program planning and evaluation, continuing education, and staff development.

Remote access to online texts, journals and databases subscribed to by the University of Manitoba Libraries is not available to MHIKNET clients at this time. Existing vendor licences prohibit such access to library card holders who are not faculty, staff or students of the University of Manitoba.