Monthly Archives: August 2011

Pubget: A Faster Way to Get PDFs

If you’re familiar with searching PubMed you’ll be a little frustrated with the number of hoops you have to jump through before finally being able to read the entire article. Now along comes Pubget to make finding PDFs a lot … Continue reading

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Evidence-Based Nursing Databases Available via JBI COnNECT+

It has been very challenging for busy nurses to find evidence-based information to make an informed decision at the point of care. JBI Evidence-Based Nursing Databases, developed by the Joanna Briggs Institute at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, now … Continue reading

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Show Me the Numbers: Finding Health Statistics

Where do you go when you need to find statistics related to your medical research?  Google right?  Not a bad place to start of course, but in addition to giving you some Google tips, I’ll be pointing out tips on … Continue reading

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Ready to Publish Your Research Findings. But, Where?

Use Journal Citation Reports (JCR) to Find High Impact Journals After you finish your manuscripts and are ready to publish, you may ask  the question, “Where do I publish?” You can find your answer quickly using Journal Citation Reports. Use JCR to … Continue reading

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What is EndNote Web® ? How Does It Differ from the Desktop Version?

If you’re a regular user of EndNote you may have noticed the EndNote Web option in your library window: What exactly is EndNote Web and is it something you’ll find useful? EndNoteWeb is essentially a simplified version of the desktop … Continue reading

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