USE YOUR PUBLIC HEALTH DEGREES

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USE YOUR PUBLIC HEALTH DEGREES

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My NCBI Help My NCBI saves searches and results from multiple NCBI databases, and features an option to automatically update and e-mail search results from your saved searches. My NCBI includes other features that help you save your citations and manage peer review article compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy (My Bibliography), create an online professional profile (SciENcv), highlight search terms, and set up LinkOut, Outside Tool and Document Delivery preferences. What Is My NCBI? My NCBI is a tool that retains user information and database preferences to provide customized services for many NCBI databases. It allows you to save searches, select display formats, filtering options, and set up automatic searches that are sent by e-mail. My NCBI includes other features that help you save your citations and manage peer reviewed article compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy (My Bibliography), create an online professional profile (SciENcv), highlight search terms, and set up LinkOut, Outside Tool and Document Delivery preferences. To use My NCBI, your Web browser must accept cookies and allow pop-ups from NCBI Web pages. Section Contents • Accessing My NCBI • Registering with My NCBI • Signing in to My NCBI • Adding a Partner Sign in option to an Existing My NCBI account • If You Forget Your My NCBI Username or Password • Changing Your My NCBI Password Accessing My NCBI Use the NCBI link to sign in to My NCBI. This link can be accessed from any NCBI database and it appears at the top right of the screen (A). Registering with My NCBI 1 Click on the Sign in to NCBI link in the upper right hand corner of the page. 2 Enter an alphanumeric username (3 or more letters or numbers) and a password (6 or more characters). Passwords are case-sensitive. 3 Enter an e-mail address. 4 Choose a security question and answer so you can use it to reset your password. My NCBI Help My NCBI Help My NCBI Help My NCBI Help 5 Below the Security Question, you will see an image w

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