Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
May 2024 Archive

Guidance for Data Extraction for Systematic Reviews
Posted On: Tuesday, May 28, 2024 - 11:24 by Leila Ledbetter

Are you planning a systematic review?  Data extraction can be the most time-consuming steps of a review, but you can set up your team to be more successful by devising your data extraction strategy at the start of your project.

There are two resources available to you and your team to learn more about the data extraction process and help you plan your project and your protocol.

Covidence, a systematic review software tool which Duke subscribes to, has released an eBook titled "A Practical Guide: Data Extraction for Intervention Systematic Reviews." You can use this link to download your FREE copy.

This tool-…


Categories: Classes

Tags: systematic reviews, data

Introduction to EndNote
Posted On: Monday, May 27, 2024 - 10:51 by Beverly Murphy

Learn how to create an EndNote Library, set up preferences, add citations/PDFs, and more. Tue. June 18; 9-10a; ONLINE ONLY. This  class is FREE but registration is required.

Prerequisite: Prior to the session, please download EndNote for Windows or Mac through Duke's Office of Information Technology.

Categories: Classes

Tags: endnote, citation management

NEJM Catalyst and NEJM Evidence
Posted On: Friday, May 24, 2024 - 09:36 by Sarah Cantrell

The Medical Center Library & Archives has journal subscriptions to both NEJM Catalyst and NEJM Evidence. NEJM Catalyst focuses on innovative ideas and practical applications for health care delivery. It is particularly appealing to health care leaders, as the content typically focuses on process and practice improvement. NEJM Evidence focuses on evidence-based clinical practice and research that informs clinical decision-making. The journal also features a Stats, Stat! section with high-yield, brief videos on topics like heterogeneity…


Categories: Explore Tools

May is National Nurses Month
Posted On: Sunday, May 5, 2024 - 10:43 by Beverly Murphy

During this month-long celebration, we focus on the theme, “Nurses Make the Difference.” Let us honor the unwavering commitment of nurses to their patients, and the value they provide to the unified health care team in accomplishing their medical readiness mission. 

Tags: nursing