Usually, before writing your manuscript, you'll need to undertake a literature review. Librarians at the Kellogg Health Sciences Library in Halifax, and at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick can help with this. Please contact a librarian in your subject area, and for the list of health sciences databases at Dalhousie, click here.
Here are some helpful resources to get you started on your literature review:
The following links will help you determine what kind project you're starting, as well as give you information on research ethics at Dalhousie:
Determining where to publish:
Here are some other helpful places to look for recommendations on where to publish:
Author Fees, Dalhousie Memberships and Negotiated Discounts
Open Access has provided great benefits to readers by making scholarly content freely available without the barrier of subscription fees. However authors who choose to publish in Gold Open Access journals must anticipate an Author Processing Charge (APC) that is levied by the journal publisher to cover publishing costs. For more information, check out our Open Access libguide.