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Library Resource Guide for Clinical Researchers

What can you do at the Health Sciences Library?

Library Research Training Series

Welcome to the online resource guide for the Library Research Training Series! 

This series, offered in collaboration between the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) Health Sciences Library and Tennessee Clinical and Translational Science Institute (TN-CTSI) in Fall 2021, aims to equip Clinical Researchers with the knowledge and skills to help you fully utilize library resources and services to enhance your research. 

While this guide serves as a supplement to workshop sessions in the Library Research Training Series, recorded sessions may be available via the TN-CTSI website. In addition, presentation materials can be found via the table below. 

 
Library Research Training Series Presentation Materials
October 5, 2021 Library Overview
October 7, 2021 Writing Research Abstracts
October 12, 2021 Getting Articles for Your Research
October 14, 2021 Staying Current with New Research/Information Alerts
October 19, 2021 Enhancing Your Searching Skills
October 21, 2021 Managing your Research Flow with EndNote
October 26, 2021 Identifying Publishing Opportunities
October 28, 2021 An Overview of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Resources
November 2, 2021 Library Support Services for Systematic Reviews
November 4, 2021 Effective Visualizations for Communicating Research
November 9, 2021 Understanding Research Impact

What can UTHSC Librarians do for you?

What is a library liaison?

The UTHSC Health Sciences Library utilizes a liaison model to help connect researchers with subject-matter experts on resources and services within their disciplinary areas. Liaisons are UTHSC faculty and researchers' key contacts for any questions or problems. We encourage you to call your liaison if you would like to receive instruction on using certain databases, discuss library services, recommend a book or journal for purchase, or discuss any other way the library may assist you in your teaching or research.

How do you get in contact with a liaison librarian?

For more information, and to contact a liaison librarian, please visit our website at: https://libguides.uthsc.edu/liaison