Power Search multiple databases simultaneously in EBSCO :
Choose these databases and select Continue-
You may also limit your results:
Recommended for pharmacy research:
EndNote is a software application that is free to all NSU students, faculty and staff.
Why use Endnote?
PLAN your strategy:
Develop a clear research question:
Identify search terms:
Selecting your articles:
Ask your Liaison Librarian for help at the BEGINNING of the research process!
Keyword searching (the default most databases)
To find MeSH terms:
Embase is another excellent resource for finding research on biomedical topics.
Designing a Drug & Disease Search in Embase:
Refining a Search in Embase:
Embase PICO Question Search
For more Embase videos and guides - see the Embase Support pages
1. Looking for ARTICLE titles that exactly match your topic.
2. Search terms are too narrow or too broad.
3. Missing citation pearls.
4. Forgetting to save searches that produce great results in Your Folder.
5. Keep your topic general until you have performed the research.
What is Grey Literature?
To find the impact factor or rank of a journal, look it up in Journal Citation Reports
To see if a journal is peer reviewed, use Ulrichsweb. Ulrich's uses the synonym 'refereed' for peer-reviewed journals
To find publisher, publishing frequency and other information about a journal look it up in the National Library of Medicine Journal listings
Great website on creating a Poster by Fred Stoss, U of Buffalo Libraries includes these resources:
Most cork boards measure 96 in. X 48 in. with a 1.5 inch wooden frame.
PowerPoint Presentations- how to improve your Poster presentation
Journals recognized as scholarly by their academic or medical peers
Identify peer-reviewed journals by searching for the journal title in Ulrich's Periodical Directory.
Every database has an option to setup an Account or Folder.
Create an account or register