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Manuscript Preparation Resources: Searching the Literature

Must Read:Chapter 2

  Translational and experimental clinical research ; Schuster, D.P., Powers, W.J., (2005)

Call No. W 20.5 T772 2005 Location: Current Books (Lower Level)


Chapter 2, by Christina Sullivan & Neville Prendergast

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The Key To Good Literature Searching: Get To Know Your Librarian

"The savvy investigator begins his or her search of the literature by contacting --in person (ideally), by phone, by e-mail, or on the Web-the nearest health sciences librarian (or information professional)." Schuster, D. P. P. W. J., & Md (2005). Translational and experimental clinical research (chapter 2 by Christina Sullivan and Neville Prendergast)

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