Check out if your article is cited – through Google Scholar and PubMed

Have you written an article and wondered who else has cited it? There are two resources through which you can check. Google Scholar. Type in your name and for any article you have published (and is available somewhere on the net), just below the reference details, you will get a link – “Cited by 4” […]

F1000 – Open Access Source for Posters – Biology & Medicine

F1000 – Open Access Source for Posters – Biology & Medicine  We have all seen posters in conferences where we come away with ideas, take home messages and sometimes exciting discoveries. All of us agree that conference posters (and papers) are very important sources of information. And yet, they as good as disappear once the […]

Searching PubMed using MeSH – made easy

PubMed has made searching easier for you. Here is a simple tip. If you wish to do a search for Bisphosphonates in Osteoporosis, go to PubMed and click “MeSH database” on the lower right side In this MeSH database page Type Bisphosphonates in the Search box and click Search You will get a result Diphosphonates […]

The Cochrane Students’ Journal Club

This is a brand new initiative to sensitize students to the concepts and practice of Evidence Based Medicine, and to critically read medical literature outside their key areas of study. Available at, it will follow a regular schedule. On the 1st of every month a Clinical scenario with a PICO style question will be posted. […]

Plagiarism Checker

Free Online Plagiarism checker. The word “Plagiarism” keeps surfacing every now and then, in several contexts. We know that in the simplest sense it means “copying”. But when we sit down to write an article several doubts come up. “If I reference whatever I have copied, does that constitute plagiarism”? “If I copy from my […]