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PubMed LinkOut

PubMed LinkOut is a service that lets you link directly from PubMed article citations to other full text sources. This makes it easy to access relevant articles.

ProQuest helps you quickly and easily provide information to PubMed about your library's full text resources at ProQuest. You can provide your library's PubMed account information, and ProQuest will begin delivering a file to PubMed of the full text resources available to you. This file will be automatically updated each week.

On this page you can:

Set Up Holdings for PubMed LinkOut

Before you can start delivery of your holdings for PubMed LinkOut, you must have already established a LinkOut account for your library in PubMed. To set up your delivery, you will need your Library username and Provider ID number.

Follow these steps to setup your holdings for PubMed LinkOut:

  1. Make sure you are on the PubMed LinkOut page:
  1. Enter your Library username and Provider ID number.
  2. Select Start Delivery of Holdings File.
  3. Click Save.
    You will see a message saying that your library is enrolled, and that your holding file is being produced.

This feature can only produce a single holdings file for your ProQuest account. This means that your ProQuest account can correspond to only one PubMed profile. If your institution has multiple PubMed LinkOut profiles, you will need to select a single profile to use for the ProQuest holdings, or contact ProQuest customer service to have a hierarchy of ProQuest accounts created.

Stop Delivery of Holdings to PubMed LinkOut

Follow these steps to stop the delivery of your holdings to PubMed LinkOut:

  1. Make sure you are on the PubMed LinkOut page:
  1. Enter your Library username and Provider ID number.
  2. Select Stop Delivery of Holdings File.
  3. Click Save.
    You will see a message saying that you have successfully deactivated
    this feature.

 

 

 


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