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A guide to library resources for medical students and faculty at Dalhousie University in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

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Research Bootcamp

Register now for the 3rd annual Dalhousie Libraries Research Bootcamp! Bootcamp sessions are free to Dalhousie students.

Sessions will run from May 15-June 13 and will cover a variety of topics, including ones that will be useful in preparing for research projects and manuscript writing: literature reviews (searching, writing, & systematic); citation tools; writing abstracts & grant proposals; copyright, open access & academic publishing; legal resources; engineering resources; PubMed & other health sciences databases; humanities resources; Canadian data & stats; grey literature; research data management; Excel; data visualization; conference posters.

Full list of sessions and the schedule
Free registration

Library resources and services at WK Kellogg Health Sciences Library

Introduction to Dal Libraries for Health Sciences (Part 1) - an orientation for medicine, dentistry, and health professions.

Part 2: Introduction to Dal Libraries for Health Sciences

Books and More at the Library

Need some instructions in a hurry?

Below are some quick links to instructions for some of our most frequently asked questions.

Help with writing & citing

Halifax Librarians

Robin Parker & Melissa Helwig

UGME Liaison Librarians

W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library

 

Email: ugmelib@dal.ca

Robin – (902) 494-8961 (Chapter House)

Melissa – (902) 494-1338 (CHEB)

 

You may also refer to:

Saint John Librarian

Courtney Boudreau

Librarian, Dalhousie Medicine NB

HWK Commons, UNBSJ

Email: courtney.boudreau@dal.ca

 

Jackie Phinney (On Leave)

Librarian, Dalhousie Medicine NB

HWK Commons, UNBSJ

Email: j.phinney@dal.ca

 

You may also refer to:

PubMed

PubMed Logo Clinical Queries
Search PubMed Clinical Queries

Google Scholar Search

Search strategy development tools

See video tutorials on searching for evidence here.

For instructions on importing references to RefWorks, watch this video tutorial.

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Research Bootcamp for Research Assistants & Teaching Assistants

Register now for the 3rd annual Dalhousie Libraries Research Bootcamp! Bootcamp sessions are free to Dalhousie graduate students.

Sessions will run from May 15-June 13 and will cover library basics; literature reviews (searching & writing); citation tools; writing abstracts & grant proposals; copyright, open access & academic publishing; legal resources; engineering resources; Pubmed & other health sciences databases; humanities resources; Canadian data & stats; grey literature; research data management; Excel; data visualization; conference posters.

Full list of sessions and the schedule
Free registration