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Research support hub: Information & resources

This hub has been designed to bring together the various resources provided by the ANZCA library to support research-related activities.

Spotlight: Responsible Citation Metrics Session

Research integrity in publishing is an important topic that is not often taught to researchers through their institution or by publishers. Although it is an important topic to help researchers improve their skills and knowledge, making them better researchers, peer reviewers and journal editorial board members.

To facilitate and enable research integrity and responsible citation metrics researchers need to know the answer to four important questions:

  1. What are the best practices of citing research?
  2. How, when and where can you cite research?
  3. What is ‘Citation Manipulation’ and why is it important?
  4. What can researchers do to prevent citation malpractice?

This session will provide a good level of understanding starting from the very basics of research and publishing.

Join this 45 minute webinar on 21 October to learn more about this insightful topic.

Date & Time:

  • 21 October 2021
  • 10.30am IST, 4.00pm AEDT, 6.00pm NZDT
  • Register here

Please Note: This is a vendor session hosted by Clarivate and may contain some commercialised material.

Access anywhere

It is possible to access ANZCA library full-text resources outside the library via such services as Google Scholar and by utilising browser extensions that allow you to link to the full-text when a citation appears on a web site (ie: PubMed/Wikipedia).


Covidence

Covidence is a web-based tool that improves healthcare evidence synthesis by improving the efficiency and experience of creating and maintaining Systematic Reviews.

COVID-19

Databases & collections

ANZCA library provides access to a range of specialised medical and education databases and collections.


"Giving AIRR to ANZCA and FPM research"

The ANZCA Institutional Research Repository (AIRR) has been developed to collect, preserve and promote the significant amount of important research published by college fellows and trainees.


AIRR | ANZCA Institutional Research Repository

Literature searching

For anaesthetists and pain specialists needing help conducting their own literature searches on specific topics, using specialised resources - including those available through the ANZCA library.

Referencing

Research Help

Learn more about the how to assemble and format citations appropriate for your needs.


Research consultation service

The college now has a dedicated Research Librarian, who will be able to assist you with your research-related queries and provide literature search assistance.

                            Research consultation service [college website]

Research support toolkit (RSTK)

This toolkit brings together information resources related to the area of research, including all college-related support resources. It offers a primer for emerging investigators and research co-ordinators who would like to know more and support materials for both new and established researchers.

Talk to us

We rely on your feedback to further develop and support user access to the ANZCA library. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.

Library feedback form


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