Once on the Import Publications screen, select Import from Third Party. Choose your service (PubMed, Scopus, etc)
Note: Searching by Name often retrieves too many results.
Change the search criteria by clicking the drop down list. Try:
PMID: It is the unique identifier number (e.g., PMID 25143306) used in PubMed for each article. If you have a list of your PMIDs you may list them all separated by a space to do a batch import (e.g., 25143306 25414947 30778747 29162146).
Author Identifier: May be an ORCID, Scopus Author ID, an International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI), or from the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF).
Add additional criteria by selecting Add Search Criteria.
Delete search criteria by clicking on the trash can to the right of the field.
Note: If your search returned too many results or you did not find the record(s) you were looking for you can further refine your search by selecting the modify your search link at the top of the screen.
Note: It is possible that the publication you are importing has more complete information than a previous upload, as below, in which case you will want to Import the new publication.
Note: Once on your publication screen you can remove any erroneous uploads by checking the box next to the publication and clicking the trash can icon.
Note: If you have MyNCBI, please follow the "My NCBI" instructions to first convert you bibliography into a BibTeX file from EndNote
Note: EndNote is offered to UTHSC faculty free of charge. Please visit https://libguides.uthsc.edu/endnote for download and user instructions.
Note: if you already have citations in EndNote select Discard Duplicates from the Duplicates section before importing.
Note: before manually entering all citations it is worth trying the methods outlined in the "PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, CrossRef" section.