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There are a few ways of automating the whole literature updating
thing. Amedeo (http://www.amedeo.com) is a free service that will email
new journal articles including abstracts to you from a range of journals
that you can select. There is a specific neonatal collection but not a
specific paediatric group, but you can choose paediatric journals.
Ovid (http://gateway.ovid.com) lets you store s...
Ovid (http://gateway.ovid.com) lets you store searches that are then
performed automatically at a specified interval, with the results being
emailed to you. For instance, you could search for systematic reviews or
randomized controlled trials from your favourite journals, then ask for
the search to be performed every time the database is updated with only
new results being included.
Individual journals will often offer tables of contents by email.
The BMJ is more specific, you can ask for journal article titles from a
particular collection eg evidence based medicine.
The next step in my opinion is to have some way of identifying which
journals you have scanned and which you have not ie the electronic
equivalent of sticking the journal (minus wrapper) in the bin.