Citation managers - also called reference managers or bibliographic management software - are programs that store and format scholarly references and citations. They are useful for keeping track of important articles or other works, for formatting citations correctly using a wide variety of citation styles including APA and AMA, and sometimes for sharing research between a group of users. This guide shows characteristics and instructions for using the three supported by the Library - Zotero, Mendeley, & EndNote.
Widely used basic introduction to the concepts of Evidence-Based Practice; includes modules to help users "identify the parts of a well-built clinical question, identify searching strategies that could improve PubMed searching, identify key critical appraisal issues that help determine the validity of a study", as well as additional useful references
Tutorial : Evidence-Based Practice for Public Health
Learn to define evidence-based public health and distinguish it from evidence-based medicine; become familiar with key concepts in evidence-based public health; apply key concepts to searching and evaluating the public health literature; learn strategies for effective retrieval of evidence-based public health resources; identify web-based resources that support best evidence research and practice.
An open repository of lectures and research methods materials on global health and other areas of science designed to improve the teaching of prevention and increase number of scientific publications; this subset focuses on research methods.
Large collection of guidelines, formats and templates that seek to improve the reliability and value of published health research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting and wider use of robust reporting guidelines
Tutorials : Specific Library Databases & Resources