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New PubMed: Exploring the Updated Interface

This guide was developed to provide information about the New PubMed platform and to encourage you to explore the New PubMed before the old platform is phased out.

News & Announcements

The new PubMed will become the default site on or after May 18, 2020.  For more information see the links below:


PubMed on Mobile Devices

The new PubMed site is mobile friendly and has replaced PubMed Mobile. You can now use any size screen to search PubMed, save and email citations and use Clipboard on your mobile device.




New PubMed How-To Resources

​New PubMed Interface


  • Try out the New PubMed but note that some features are not available, including links to our full text e-journal collection..
  • You can return to the old "legacy" PubMed via the bar at the top of the screen, but your best bet is to link to PubMed from our homepage to access the Library's full text collection
  • Tip:  If you find that our PubMed link automatically connects you to the New PubMed, clear your browser cache (Ctl-Shift-Del in most browsers)  so you can access legacy PubMed.



Find Full Text Articles @ACPHS
  • Always link to PubMed from the library homepage or bookmark this link    
  • When you use our PubMed link, you'll have easy access to full text articles in our collection
  • Just click on the ACPHS button on the abstract page of the article 


  • If we don't have online access to an article, you'll be able to order it easily via interlibrary loan (ILLiad)                                                                                                                            undefined




Need Assistance?

If you have any questions about the new or old (Legacy) PubMed, Ask Us:

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Web Chat or Text a Librarian

  • Use the chat box below or send a text to (518) 663-3277

PubMed Library Sessions

  • To be offered in May via Zoom


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