It was one of the best classes and demonstration session we have ever attended. Usually, due to time limit, the conferences get limited to just theorizing facts and not practicing anything into action. But, this training session was really helpful and we would surely utilize this knowledge in the future.

MSc Nursing Student ISCHNS, Kerala  

It was helpful and I had fun. You guys are doing a great job ‘AND’ helping a lot of people ‘OR’ students ‘NOT’ like many others. Keep up  the good work.

First year MDS student Bapuji Dental College, Davangere

The art of teaching lies in simplifying things, which this workshop was good at. Making it a part of curriculum, whenever and where ever possible helps to foster some amount of genuine research activity.

PG Student AIMS, Kochi PubMed Workshop

I got to know the stuff that is  going to make my searches a lot easier, relevant and focused. I think this should me made a mandatory training in medical colleges. It will definitely save thousands of man-hours spent doing random word searches.

UG Student, XIMR, Mumbai

PubMed Workshop

This session was extremely useful and I have found a new game to play with i.e. “PubMed”! Wish this was presented to us in 1st year of MBBS.

PG Student, TMH, Mumbai

PubMed Workshop

Thank you for giving such useful guidelines in doing e-research. This hands on training has been a real boon. Every tip is so valuable and helps to narrow down the search criteria.

Faculty, KUHS Thrissur

Literature Search & Reference Management Workshop 

I was only mechanically using these tools, now I have an insight into many small additional things which I can use very beneficially.

Faculty/Practitioner BVDUMC, Pune

With QMed’s guidance I was able to access my most specific requirements of journal articles and definitive answers to therapeutic dilemmas, coming straight to the answers, without having to exhaust hours over unnecessary inputs. And what is most fascinating is QMed’s principles can be applied universally.  “5 clicks” are all it takes to go from problem to solution. Dr. Vidya Giri Shankar, M.B.B.S. (Mumbai)
I used to search without using Mesh. I use filters but never save my search- so I have to start all over again hunting for articles afresh every time. This will help me  search relevant references using Mesh. Mendeley is going to be one of the most useful tools .

UG Student, UCMS Delhi

Literature Search & Reference Management Workshop

I really appreciate your help as you took your time and gave such an amazing info. I tried several databases,  but trust me your search hits have really helped me a lot.


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Learning never stops after a classroom session or a workshop. It is important to refresh oneself through more learning resources as well as referring to information resources Learning resources are as the name indicates, resources from which you learn some skills. Some of them are like manuals, some are E-learning resources where you may even get certifications.  Information resources are ones wh...

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Directory of Indian Medical Sites. The name describes the content! This directory which can be browsed and searched, contains a listing of organizations and individuals based in India, working in the field of health and medicine AND have a website. Websites have been categorized under more than 40 categories. For every entry, we have indicated the city and state of location. Very importantly, we...

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