EndNote 1 - 2 - 3 Easy!
Reference Management for the Professional
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EndNote® 1-2-3 Easy!: Reference Management for the Professional is a valuable educational resource for biomedical and healthcare professionals, including researchers, physicians, students, information systems professionals, managers, teachers, librarians, and other professionals engaged in scientific manuscript writing. It offers a practical, "how to" manual providing easy-to-follow, step-by-step advice on using EndNote®, a popular reference management software package.
EndNote® 1-2-3 Easy! offers valuable instruction on:
Designing reference citations for manuscripts
Ensuring accurate formatting of bibliography for articles submitted to scientific journals
Organizing and storing selected references for future use from online databases like PubMed and the Library of Congress
Teaching reference management or EndNote® courses
Using EndNote with Internet databases and PDAs
Using EndNote Web
Plus value-added features, including:
Cheat sheets for quick reference
A "Quick Summary" outlining the most important instructions at the beginning of each chapter.
This book is meant to be used with computers running Windows® operating systems only.
EndNote is a registered trademark of the Thomson Corporation.
Advance Praise for EndNote® 1-2-3 Easy!
"EndNote 2 solves endmatter woes; Agrawal makes Endnote easy."
Dr. James J. Reilly, Surgeon
"The step-by-step instructions on how to maximize the potential of Endnote that Dr. Agrawal offers in Endnote 1-2-3 are excellent. The second edition has even more tips than the first, making this a must-have book for anyone who writes, if only even one research paper."
Dr. Munish Khaneja, Hospitalist
About the Author: Dr. Abha Agrawal is the Chief Medical Information Officer at Central Brooklyn Family Health Network and an Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Informatics at the State University of New York Downstate in Brooklyn. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in medical informatics at Yale University, awarded by the National Library of Medicine. Her work focuses on application of information technology to improve healthcare quality and patient safety.