QMed: "Test your information literacy"
Taking this quiz will help you understand how clear you are about online searching with PubMed.

For your own sake - (and in the best interests of promoting information literacy in India) PLEASE DO NOT MAKE GUESSES. If you do not know an answer for sure, then honestly choose - I don't know.

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You attended a lecture where the speaker showed a very nice graph and put in this reference - Wu S. Biliary cast syndrome. 2020. Which of the following tools (links) in PubMed helps you find the full reference easily? *
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Which of the following statements describes PubMed BEST *
1 point
In the PubMed search box you type - Hypoglycemia AND Hyperglycemia. The results you retrieve will bring you all articles available in PubMed with both conditions *
1 point
Which of the following, when you type in the PubMed search box, ensures that ALL results that you retrieve are about the disease Malaria *
1 point
You go to the Advanced search option, choose the field Mesh terms and type Community Acquired Pneumonia in the search box and search. This is just like searching the MeSH database - it checks for the presence of this term in the database and you get ALL results about community acquired pneumonia *
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