Monthly Archives: April 2012

Having Problems with RefWorks’ Write-n-Cite? Try “One-Line/Cite” Instead!

If you’re using Write-n-Cite to format your paper’s bibliography and it works fine – great! Unfortunately, in our current world of continual updates some software updates don’t work as intended. Several users here at UCSF, usually Mac users, have had … Continue reading

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Got Data? Key Data Sets Resources and Upcoming Workshop

Do you need to access data for your research projects or studies? The Library licences many data sets through the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) data archive. The ICPSR data archive contains more than 500,000 data files from … Continue reading

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eBooks on Evidence-Based Practice from Joanna Briggs Institute

The Joanna Briggs Institute is a world leader in evidence-based healthcare. Its evidence-based practice model is considered a benchmark for the healthcare industry. JBI Evidence-Based Nursing Databases has been available to UCSF Medical Center since last August. Now, the Library … Continue reading

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MyNCBI: Making the Most of Your PubMed Search

As a frequent PubMed user, I’m always looking for ways to keep better track of my searches, especially the complicated ones.  I sometimes spend hours crafting and re-crafting a search strategy in PubMed, but forget to save the search.   PubMed … Continue reading

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