- Stan Carroll Library
- Library Education
Interlibrary Loans Service
- Journal Request
- Book Request
- Reference Request
- App Guide
- ClinicalKey for Nursing
- Clinicians Health Channel
- EBSCO Discovery
- Google Scholar
- Publication Finder (Journals)
- Selecting Databases
- Discipline-Based Resources
- Grey Literature in Health Sciences
- SWH Archives
- Writing Policy Documents
- What is research dissemination - Reporting and Sharing your research
- How to produce reader-friendly writing
- Introduction to Plain English
- How to write a great abstract
- Writing for publication
- Writing to make an impact (journal impact factors)
- How to design posters for maximum impact
- How to design a great multimedia conference presentation
- How to communicate your research to decision makers
Grow Short Courses
Medical and health research short courses are an opportunity to explore issues surrounding management of research data, specifically for people working with medical, clinical and health data. This program was developed by the SWH library and from the 10 medical and health research data things program, extensive ANDS resources and material related to research data management and reuse.
These are self directed learning modules, it is suggested that learning begins with Research Data Management. Please feel free to contact the library if you need any assistance with this topic or to book in a one-on-one or group training session
Health Research - Identifiers Topics: Describing metadata, controlled vocabularies, identifiers for people, identifiers for data, data citation.
Health Research - Research data management Topics: Getting started with research, issues in research data management, data sharing and discovery, open, shared and closed data, exploring respositories,
Health Research - Sharing sensitive data Topics: De-identification of data, consent for data sharing, public attitudes to data sharing
Learning to use RefWorks for reference management. RefWorks is a way to collect, manage and organise research papers and documents. You can read annotate, organise, and cite your research as well as collaborate with friends and colleagues by sharing collections. This is a self directed learning module. Please feel free to contact the library if you need any assistance with this topic or to book in a one-on-one or group training session.
Dissemination is how we communicate our findings. This course is offered in three parts and can be completed as driven by your learning needs.
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Youtube How-To Guides:
Citing Medicine provides assistance to authors in compiling lists of references for their publications, to editors in revising such lists, to publishers in setting reference standards for their authors and editors, and to librarians and others in formatting bibliographic citations.
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