Ovid Embase Training Day 2021
Customers are at the centre of everything we do. We measure success by our ability to help advance your work and professions. We aim to learn from you and provide the solutions that support you best. Therefore, we would like to invite you to our official MUHC Ovid Training Day for 2021.
We have sessions being conducted in both English and French.
Glenn McAlpine is an Ovid Training Manager conducting English sessions.
Enrico Pardini is an Ovid Training Manager conducting French sessions.
Embase increases the discovery of biomedical evidence to support critical life sciences functions, delivering relevant, up-to-date biomedical information to the global biomedical research community.
Ovid Training Manager
Before joining the Ovid training team over 13 years ago, Glenn McAlpine was a research scientist at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Programmer and Liaison to the Senior Biologists at Eli Lilly & Co (Sphinx Pharma in NC), Computer Systems Instructor at CUNY – Professional Training Academy, and IT Consultant at GlaxoSmithKline.
Ovid Training Manager
Enrico Pardini est membre de l’équipe Customer Success d’Ovid et il est basé en Italie. Avec plus de 18 ans dans le secteur de l’édition en ligne et 3 ans d’expertise en formation, il fournit un support en ligne, sur site et mixte à un large éventail de profils d’utilisateurs au sein des hôpitaux, des universités et des entreprises pharmaceutiques. Actuellement, il soutient les régions de langue italienne et française pour aider les utilisateurs à améliorer leurs compétences en matière de recherche et de traitement de l’information.
– Over 30 million abstracts and indices from more than 8,500 published, peer-reviewed journals, as well as in-press publications and conferences
– More than 6 million records and indexes 2,900 journals NOT covered in MEDLINE
– Full-text indexing of drug, disease and medical device data, supported by the precise Emtree thesaurus
Broad biomedical scope covering the following areas:
– Drug therapy and pharmacovigilance
– Clinical and experimental (human) medicine
– Basic biological science relevant to human medicine
– Biotechnology and biomedical engineering, including medical devices
– Health policy and management, including pharmacoeconomics
– Public, occupational and environmental health, including pollution control
– Veterinary science, dentistry, and nursing
– Psychiatry and mental health, including substance dependence and abuse
– Forensic science
– Alternative and complementary medicine