There are many ways to stay up-to-date with the latest literature!
PubMed allows searchers to create a MyNCBI account to save their searches and have alerts emailed when there are new articles about their search topic. Be sure to use the unique MCPHS PubMed link so that you will be able to access the full-text for any journal subscriptions to which the library subscribes.
RSS (Realy Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing frequently updated Web content. A RSS feed pushes out information to your RSS reader or aggregator when a website is updated. Many readers will sync your feeds and favorites across computers and mobile devices, and you can put RSS feeds directly into your browser. Popular RSS readers include Feedly and NewsBlur.
ToC Alerts (Table of Contents Alerts):
Table of Contents Alerts make it easy to stay up-to-date with newly published literature. There are a couple of different ways to get Table of Contents Alerts:
Follow journals on Twitter to keep up with the latest literature! Look for the journal's Twitter handles on their homepage, or search for them directly on Twitter. Examples of journals to follow include @NEJM, @Health_Affairs, and @JAMA_current.