1. IN ENDNOTE: File > Import > browse to the citations.nbib file and select it
2. Under Import Option use the drop down menu and select Other filters > Select PubMed (NLM).
Click Import. Your references should now appear in your EndNote library.
EndNote will create two files with the file extensions .data and .enl: it is important to keep these together.
Search PubMed directly from EndNote to pull in known citations (do not use this method for your topic searches):
PubMed limits exports via the Send to Citation Manager path to 200 citations at a time. For larger numbers of citations, use this method to capture all citations at the same time.
Have all desired records in the display in the search results or clipboard view. From the Send to menu, select File and change the Format to MEDLINE. Click Create File. The file will be automatically named pubmedresult.txt.
NOTE: If any records are checked, only those will be exported.
Import the file into EndNote using the PubMed(NLM) filter.
Look for the option to export citations directly into EndNote from various databases, such as: Web of Science, CINAHL Plus, PsycINFO, and more. This feature is not available in PubMed.
Use the UW Libraries' catalog to find books and websites for easy importing.
List of EndNote Export Providers: http://endnote.com/en/online-databases
Use the web page reference type to add details of web pages you need to cite in your work e.g. the homepage of an NGO