The new PubMed is here!

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has completed its transition to a new PubMed platform. This new interface incorporates changes to both the inner workings of PubMed (e.g. search algorithms/term mapping) as well as to the look and feel of the website. It is much more compatible with mobile devices than the legacy version of PubMed. Links from the UAL website will reflect this change beginning May 15, 2020.

All Saved Searches and Collections from legacy PubMed will be retained in your NCBI account and can be accessed from New PubMed.

Some of the unique new features of the new PubMed include the following:

  • Preview snippets from the abstracts on the Results page
  • Page from abstract to abstract
  • Navigate around a record using the sidebar
  • Cite in your preferred format (APA, AMA, and others)
  • Share citations via social media or Permalink
  • Access everything from your mobile device

The New PubMed incorporates favorite features of legacy PubMed including:

  • Results-by-year graph
  • Filters
  • Send to collection/Clipboard/My Bibliography
  • Save and Email results
  • Links from the journal title
  • Search from the MeSH database
  • Search from NLM Catalog
  • Clinical Queries
  • Single and Batch Citation Matcher

 For further information, please see the PubMed User Guide, continuously updated by the National Library of Medicine.