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EndNote For Systematic Reviews
Transcript of EndNote For Systematic Reviews
1. You will
enter the citations you retrieve
from your searches-- databases, hand searching, trial registries, websites, etc. Electronic databases will have an option to download or export results. (see tutorial) After each database import into EndNote, you will need to
record the name of the database and the date accesses for documentation purposes
2. Once all of the citations have been entered into EndNote, you will
remove the duplicate records
. Before you begin, determine which database will provide your CORE set of records. For example, you will keep all of the PubMed records and remove duplicates from Embase, Central, etc. (see tutorial)
When removing duplicates, it's helpful to
change the EndNote display settings to display the fields for: title, author, date, journal name, volume, issue, pages, and name of database
. This makes it easier to identify duplicate records and remove according to the database. (see tutorial)
Be sure to
keep the duplicate records
and store them in an EndNote Group or a separate EndNote library called "Duplicates" (see tutorial). You will need to send all of your records (both the unique records and the duplicate records) with your final paper.
3. When you are ready to locate full-text,
set the full-text preferences in EndNote to access full-text from Hopkins
. If you are off-campus or working from a laptop, set up a Hopkins VPN connection (JHPulse) to make sure you retrieve all of the full-text available at Hopkins. (see tutorial)
share your EndNote library
with your group members or the course instructors, you will need to create a compressed (.enxl) library. The compressed library will include the EndNote library and its associated data files. Both files are needed for anyone to open the EndNote library. You will need to create and send a compressed library with all of your citations at the completion of the course. (see tutorial)
Tutorials: Getting Started
EndNote assistance is available:
EndNote is a bibliographic management program used to manage a large number of citations from numerous databases. You will be using EndNote to manage your citations for this course. We've compiled several short tutorials that provide tips specifically for using EndNote for Systematic Reviews.
Direct export from Web of Science
Direct Export Using Firefox
Manual Data Entry
Direct export from PubMed
Direct Export from Embase
Exporting from Cochrane Library (Central)
Welch Medical Library
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
This brief 4 minute tutorial introduces Endnote
This one hour tutorial is excellent if you've never used Endnote.
Tutorials: Exporting from Databases
Tutorials:Documenting Search Results
Change and Move Fields
Tutorials: Locating Duplicate Records
Tutorials: Managing Citations in EndNote
Finding Full Text: Directions for linking with Johns Hopkins
Sharing EndNote Libraries
Importance of the Data Folder
Getting Started Online Manuals – includes the manual that comes with program (90-page PDF file)
EndNote Tech Support
The EndNote Technical Services team is available Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time (Telephone 1-800-336-4474). http://www.endnote.com/support/ensupport.asp
They're very helpful--we promise!
For assistance contact your designated Welch Informationist.
Mr. Ivy L. Garner, Senior Reference Specialist at Welch Medical Library, is also available at 410-955-9292 or email directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welch Medical Library In-person Help
(PDFs available on Courseplus)