1. Navigate online Radiology and RadioGraphics to perform literature searches.
2. Refine literature searches in order to retrieve information of most interest.
3. Sort search results according to areas of interest.
4. Save search results and retrieve actual articles of interest
RSNA Link is the entry point to myriad literature-searching opportunities. Through RSNA's online journals, Radiology and RadioGraphics, simple or advanced searches can be performed. Searches can be limited to one or both of the RSNA journals, or they can be expanded to include all journals included in MedLine, as well as many basic science journals. Anything from the full text to only the abstracts can be included in a search for keywords. In addition, results can be easily sorted and saved according to the user's preference. In this hands-on presentation, experts will guide attendees as together they explore the literature searching capabilities of RSNA Link on computers linked to the Internet.
D.L.,A.S.: Employees of RSNA P.S.: Journal Manager, High Wire Press, Stanford University