If you want to work on a systematic review team, you’ll want to know how to manage citations with EndNote, one of the most popular citation management tools used on reviews.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to import references using adapted import filters, deduplicate results, track references, and more. You’ll also learn how to adapt EndNote to work with the methods Wichor teaches in his sold-out Instructor-Led and annual meeting courses.
If you don’t have EndNote, it’s easy to sign up for a free 30-day trial. Sign up a week or so before the webinar to get familiar with EndNote and be ready for the advanced methods exercises discussed during the webinar.
Special Note: This webinar is an approved course for the “under construction” Level I of the Systematic Review Searching Specialization.
- By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Import references from medical databases into EndNote
- Adapt import filters to standardize data in EndNote
- Efficiently deduplicate search results from multiple databases
- Advise and instruct researchers on using EndNote to screen titles and abstracts in the first phase of a systematic review
By the end of the webinar, participants will have an interest in:
Adapting import filters and output styles in their institute to optimize data in EndNote and customize output Adapting EndNote installation to simplify EndNote use for for staff and researchers
Health information professionals who work in an institution that subscribes to EndNote and have some knowledge of EndNote. Participants with no experience in EndNote will get some, but not all, of the benefits of the webinar.
Wichor Bramer, PhD, is an information specialist at Erasmus MC Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands in which capacity he designs and manages the searches for more than 200 systematic reviews a year. He has written several publications on his methods and observations on his systematic review searches, co-authored more than seventy-five systematic reviews, and given many international workshops and lectures on searching for systematic reviews
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