Use Point of Care resources to quickly make evidence-based decisions in a clinical setting. They are examples of filtered information sources and include summaries, with links to relevant articles and guidelines, and are often graded for quality. Total list of HSL databases.
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ClinicalKey Remote Access
Create a personal account using your UC email address to access all full text content.
Once the personal account is set up and the user is logged in, any link to ClinicalKey should open without the need to log in again. Please note: periodically ClinicalKey requires you to log into your personal account again to maintain access.
Use core resources to find journal articles and links to full text. Total list of HSL databases.
Times Cited Resources:
To see how many times an author or article has been cited use Scopus or Web of Science (see links above). Look up journal impact factors in InCites: Journal Citation Reports (see link below).
Many databases available through UC provide links to the full text article. To find out if the full text is available from UC, look for the UC Article Linker icon or the browser extension icon
Check the Journals page in this guide for more information about tools for locating full-text.
Not at UC?
The Citation Management Software guide provides an overview of four citation management software options to help you manage references, cite references, and create bibliographies.
SciWheel (formerly F1000Workspace) and RefWorks are HSL subscriptions so accounts are free for HSL users. Zotero is also free. EndNote Online is free as well but EndNote desktop must be purchased. Use this guide to review and determine if one of these citations managers meets your needs.
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