eBooks can help you understand your research in a clinical context and gather information on the historical development of research on your topic. Browse chapters or search by keywords of interest within a subject eBook, or search by keywords across many eBooks at once.
Developing a searching strategy helps you identify key concepts and databases searched in an organized way, then keep track of your research terms.
Understand the literature review process by following these eight steps, and select other topics from the Project Planner link to learn more about planning your research project..
Please Ask Us to schedule a consult on Zoom or in person early in your research for strategies/additional resources specific to your topic that can save you hours of time.
Using these informative searching guides can help you research and navigate the databases to yield better search results.
Use citation managers to save your reference citations & article PDFs in an online account, and help automatically format your citations as you write. Current UW students can sign up for a free account with either of these programs. EndNote is more commonly used by the UW Health Sciences students.
AMA Style Guide - a common format for Health Sciences papers, please check with your mentor to confirm requirements.
Writing Guide - Health sciences help for writing & citing with links to style guides, copyright, open access & scholarly publishing.
Citation Management Help - make an online appointment with research commons graduate specialists.