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You can find the Web of Science in the list Databases A-Z or in the footnote of the homepage of the University Library.
Search via Basic Search with search field Topic:
Export results to your library in EndNote:
Enter here how many references and which data (if necessary, choose Full Record at Record Content):
Often EndNote is opened automatically (or you can first choose a specific library) and the references are added to your library. It is also possible that a file is placed on your PC. This happens in some browsers, for example Google Chrome. Then open this file and the references will be automatically added to your library.
The 10 references that will be added to your library:
The important data of the references (title, author, year, source, doi, etc.) has been properly entered into the various fields. By choosing Full Record in the Web of Science, the summary, keywords, language, extra notes, author addresses and alternative journal titles are also included.
The reference type Journal Article has been correctly assigned by EndNote; for a book chapter, EndNote will automatically use the correct reference type Book Section.
Some journal titles or the titles of the articles may be written entirely in capital letters; you have to adjust this yourself.
Click on the left on Online Search where you probably already have a number of search systems to access online. If it only says "more ...", click on this and in a separate window you can then choose PubMed (NLM) from an alphabetical list.
After clicking on PubMed (NLM) an online search box will appear at the top.
Enter search terms in All Fields: nursing homes netherlands
We choose to show only the first 100 references here. Click on the number of 100 behind Retrieve results.
Note: Note: these 100 references have not yet been definitively added to your library. You can choose a few or to select all 100 click the box on the bar with the field names or use Ctr + A and then use the button to transfer them to your own library.
The references have now been added to 'All References'. You will also see the number of copied references as a separate set under Recently added and under Online Search under PubMed (NLM), which is useful if you want to give them their own tag.
The data of each reference has been copied into the correct fields. The reference type is also automatically assigned correctly.
There are two ways to add references from your EndNote library to your text.
1. You can stay in Word and then search your EndNote library via the Insert Citation option in the menu bar of EndNote in Word.
2. Or you can go to your EndNote library via and search and select reference(s). Go back to Word via the key combination Alt+1 or via Tools - CWYW. Then place the cursor in the text in Word where you want to add one or more references. Then choose Insert Selected Citation(s) from the drop-down menu of the Insert Citation button.
You can choose a specific output style for the layout of the reference in your text in the menu bar of EndNote in Word by Style.
For instance, if Vancouver or APA 6th is not shown in the menu under Style, then choose 'Select another style' after which an extensive choice of output styles will appear.
Example of output style Vancouver which works with numbers in the text and automatically generates a numbered list of references:
Example with output style APA 7th that notes author and year in the text and provides a correctly sorted reference list at the end of your text.
An important button for EndNote in Word is the Edit & Manage Citation(s):
This allows you, for example, to add page numbers to a specific citation in the text.
First select the relevant source reference in the text so that it becomes gray.
Then click on Edit & Manage Citation (s), after which a new window will open with all the options that can be performed for a reference.
It is also best to approach the complete removal of a specific reference in the text.