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Library Guide Medical Sciences: Workshops

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  Workshops

The Medical Library offers workshops (free of charge) for students and staff of the Radboudumc and Radboud University:


You can sign up via: Workshops sign up here button

 

 

You will receive a confirmation email after registration. If you are having trouble signing up or don't receive a confirmation email, contact us via medischebibliotheek@radboudumc.nl or 024-3610103.

  Workshop & webinar calendar Medical Library

Date Time     Instructor
Mon 27 Sept 11.00 - 12.00 Online EndNote workshop (NL/EN) Online* On Ying Chan
Thu 30 Sept 11.00 - 12.45 Literature review for your PhD part 2 Online* On Ying Chan, Alice Tillema
Thu 14 Oct 15.30 - 17.00 Online PubMed workshop (NL/EN) Online* Alice Tillema
Thu 21 Oct 11.00 - 12.00 Online EndNote workshop (NL) Online* Imke Adams
Fri 22 Oct 10.30 - 12.15 Literature review for your PhD part 1 Online* On Ying Chan, Alice Tillema
Wed 27 Oct 15.00 - 16.30 Online PubMed workshop (NL) Online* Elmie Peters
Fri 29 Oct 10.30 - 12.15 Literature review for your PhD part 2 Online* On Ying Chan, Alice Tillema
Tue 2 Nov   9.30 - 10.30 Online EndNote workshop (N/ENL) Online* Imke Adams
Mon 8 Nov 14.00 - 15.30 PubMed workshop (NL/EN) PICO, route 19 On Ying Chan
Fri 19 Nov 11.00 - 12.00 EndNote workshop (NL/EN) TBD Alice Tillema
Thu 25 Nov 11.00 - 12.30 Online PubMed workshop (NL) Online* Imke Adams
Thu 9 Dec 15.00 - 16.00 EndNote workshop (NL/EN) TBD Alice TIllema
Tue 14 Dec 13.00 - 14.30 PubMed workshop (NL/EN) TBD On Ying Chan

*You will be sent a link to join the online webinar
PICO, route 19, Experience Center, Geert Grooteplein 15, first floor
TBD to be determined whether the workshop will take place in a computer room on campus

Workshop on requestAre you interested in a PubMed or EndNote instruction, but do the dates and times above not suit you?
It is possible to request an (individual) instruction, contact us with your ru.nl or radboudumc.nl e-mail address at medischebibliotheek@radboudumc.nl.

  Content of the workshops

EndNote online instruction

  • Preparation:
    • Please make sure you have EndNote installed on your PC (obtaining EndNote)
    • Try to have a look at the EndNote exercises prior to the online workshop
  • Content: This online instruction is intended for students, interns, researchers and doctors that do literature research. The main functionalities of EndNote will be demonstrated and individual questions can be addressed.
    The following topics are covered:
    • Importing references from databases, such as PubMed
    • Finding and linking full text articles to your references in EndNote
    • Selecting and editing output styles
    • Inserting citations in Microsoft Word and creating reference lists
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Location: via Zoom
  • You can sign up here with your ru.nl or radboudumc.nl e-mail address (max. 10 participants).

PubMed logoPubMed online instruction

  • Preparation:
  • Content: In this workshop we will cover some search options that have been briefly introduced in the Pubmed Basics e-learning module (see Preparation). There is also time for individual questions about new PubMed. The following items will be addressed:
    • MeSH terms
    • Advanced Search and History
    • Filters
    • Searching for a PICO
    • MyNCBI account
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Location: via Zoom
  • You can sign up here with your ru.nl or radboudumc.nl e-mail address (max. 5 participants).

Literature review for your PhD: how to search and where to publish? Online

During your PhD you are expected to keep an overview of relevant scientific literature, whether for background information, a first thesis chapter or review. Although the aims and scope in these situations differ, a systematic literature search will provide you with an optimal basis even if you are not conducting a systematic review.
In addition, you will learn about the opportunities and pitfalls in selecting a journal for publication and the advantages of a researcher profile. 

  • Prior knowledge: at least PubMed Basics level or intermediate to advanced search skills
  • Content: you will be working on your own topic and issues such as
    • How to adjust your research question to a search question
    • How to select databases and other sources
    • How to perform and optimize a systematic literature search
    • How to keep track of recent literature and create alerts
    • How to select a journal for publication
    • What are the advantages of publishing in Open Access
    • Which scientific metrics and tools may help increase your visibility as a researcher
  • Learning goals: After completion of the course the particpants should be
    • able to make a head start with an overview of existing research literature
    • more effective in finding literature due to improved search skills
    • more efficient in journal selection and in evaluating research impact including Open Access
  • Duration: 2 sessions of 1 hour and 45 min.
  • Dates: 20 and 27 August 2021 from 10.30 - 12.15 h.
  • 23 and 30 September 2021 from 11.00 - 12.45 h.
  • 22 and 29 October 2021 from 10.30 - 12.15 h.
  • Interested in this workshop and not able to attend? Send an email to medischebibliotheek@radboudumc.nl get notified of the next workshop.
  • You can sign up here with your ru.nl or radboudumc.nl e-mail address (max. 8 participants).
    Or send an email to medischebibliotheek@radboudumc.nl.
  • As preparation for the workshop we would like you to formulate a research question or PICO and select a number of relevant articles on your topic.

Workshops on request

It is also possible to request tailored workshops on EndNote, PubMed or other literature databases for a specific group: students or staff of the Radboudumc or Radboud University.
You can contact us via Ask Your Librarian or send an email to medischebibliotheek@radboudumc.nl.


Individual consultation

  • We also offer individual search consultations (by appointment) for help with a literature search or systematic review. For more information see our Literature search page.