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Meet with a Librarian
Librarians are available to meet with you individually or as a group. You can reach us at email@example.com or you can submit a question through our online request form. We are also available by chat Monday – Friday from 9a – 5 p.
Liaison librarians are research librarians who act as a link between the library and its patrons – students, residents, faculty, and staff. Please feel free to reach out directly to your liaison librarian.
Classes & Self-Paced Learning
We offer monthly classes on a variety of topics. View our current offerings and register!
We also teach literature searching (PubMed, CINAHL, etc.), citation management (EndNote, Zotero, etc.), evidence-based practice, and other topics related to scholarly communication to individuals and groups. We can customize classes for your training needs based on our expertise and availability. Request training through this online form.
Librarians have created online guides and self-paced tutorials on a variety of topics so you can learn at any time.
Librarians provide expertise and skill in advanced literature searching. For general requests and inquiries, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can submit a question through our online request form.
Systematic Reviews: Research librarians can partner with Duke Health faculty, students, and staff to design and manage complex, thorough searches.
Submitting a grant proposal? Consider adding a librarian to the project to assist with literature searches and other information management activities.
Bibliometrics & Research Impact: Research librarians can partner with Duke Health faculty, students, and staff on bibliometrics and research impact projects.
We can assist in tracking articles by Duke Health authors. Data may be drawn from Scholars@Duke, bibliographic databases, or other sources.
Learn more about citation management tools through our self-paced guide, which includes many links to video tutorials.