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Nursing Research: Resources

Recommended Readings

Nursing Ebook Collection


Citation Management Software

​1. EndNote

EndNote is a software program for PC or MAC that works with Microsoft Word to automatically format in-text citations and end-of-paper bibliography lists for your manuscripts with your chosen style (APA, NIH, Vancouver, etc).  EndNote can also be used as a personal database to gather and store citation records from a variety of information sources. 

The Medical Center offers a free site license copy of the current desktop version of EndNote  to all faculty, staff and students for installation on medical center computers or on personal (including home) computers. 

For more info and download instructions, see the EndNote Knowledge Guide 

2. Zotero

Zotero is free citation management software used to collect, organize, share, and cite research. 

Sign up at https://www.zotero.org/




Making Sense of what You Read in Studies

NCCMT: Effectiveness of Interventions Understanding Number Needed to Treat


NCCMT - URE - Making Sense of a Standardized Mean Difference


NCCMT - URE - Forest Plots - Understanding a Meta-Analysis in 5 Minutes or Less


NCCMT - URE - Relative Risk it’s easy to calculate and interpret


NCCMT - URE - What’s the Risk? Understanding Absolute and Relative Risk Reduction


NCCMT - URE - Clinical Significance


NCCMT - URE - Odds Ratios


NCCMT - URE - Confidence Interval



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