Training Guides & Research Information
"The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research guides institutions and researchers in responsible research practices and promotes integrity in research for researchers. The Code shows how to manage breaches of the Code and allegations of research misconduct, how to manage research data and materials, how to publish and disseminate research findings, including proper attribution of authorship, how to conduct effective peer review and how to manage conflicts of interest. It also explains the responsibilities and rights of researchers if they witness research misconduct.
Developed jointly by the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Australian Research Council and Universities Australia, the Code has broad relevance across all research disciplines. It replaces the Joint NHMRC/AVCC Statement and Guidelines on Research Practice (1997).
Compliance with the Code is a prerequisite for receipt of National Health and Medical Research Council funding."
Australian Research Online
Search Australian research outputs, including theses; preprints; postprints; journal articles; book chapters; music recordings and pictures. Australian Research Online searches simultaneously across the contents of Australian university and government research repositories in addition to several other collections of Australian research. Australian Research Online was developed with generous funding and support from the ARROW Project.
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) publishes many guidelines that affect publications that result from clinical research. One of these is on the obligation to register clinical trials.
The FHHS Library attempts to track publications from staff. These are identified by a search on medical databases and stored in an EndNote Library. Extracts are converted to PDF documents. Caveats: the list shows publications from staff identified as being active in publishing - the librarians are not always aware of all staff involved in publishing; sometimes the search will pull up articles from authors who share a name with a staff member - it is not always possible to reliably distinguish between individuals if an institutional affiliation is not shown.
The WA Health Libraries Network (WAHLiN) has purchased a WA Health-wide EndNote licence. It may be installed at any of the sites included in the licence. If your site is not listed, and the licence will be amended with the supplier. Log a job with the Health Information Network to have EndNote installed on your PC.
EndNote and EndNote Web are available for use. Earlier versions should be uninstalled. Your computer must have the XP operating system and MS Office 2003 at minimum. If you would like to install EndNote on your home computer please
Please if you have any problems (or phone 9431 2563). Information is available on the proxy settings that must be set in order to use the Find Full Text functionality.
Searching the WA Health Libraries Network (WAHLiN) Catalogue using EndNote
To install the connection file:
- Open EndNote
- Click on the "WA Health Libraries Catalogue connector" link above.
- Click Open. This connector will open within your EndNote library.
- Go to EndNote > File > Save As
- A dialogue box will open with the Connection Name: WA_Health_Libraries_Catalogue.enz
- Click Save
- The file will be saved to C:\Documents and Settings\hexxxxx\My Documents\EndNote\Connections
When you wish to search the catalogue:
- Open Endnote
- Click On Tools > Online Search
- Click on Online Search > New Search
- Select "WA_Health_Libraries_Catalogue" in the list of Connection Files
- Click the button marked "Choose"
- Type your search terms into the search box which is launched within EndNote connecting you directly to the WA Health Libraries Network catalogue
- Select the references you wish to transfer to your library. Go to References > Copy Reference To > and select the appropriate library
EndNote is a program that is loaded on your work computer. The EndNote site has more information about the functionality of the software.
EndNote is a database for storing and managing your references (including PDF copies of articles or web links to sites).
EndNote is a tool for creating bibliographies in documents (it works with Microsoft Word).
EndNote is an online search tool.
EndNoteWeb is a means to collaborate and share your references.
Any EndNote database libraries that you create are stored on your PC or group drives. Once set up on your PC you may also establish an EndNote Web account.
EndNote and Abbreviated Journal Titles
The University of Queensland Library website has a solution to the problem of imported records which lack the full journal names. This is done by importing their Medical Journals Term List and changing your EndNote preferences. If the UQ Term List is imported, note also the requirement to use the UQ filter to ensure the records are imported with the abbreviated and full title details.
EndNote Web is an optional program that allows you to use your EndNote libraries from anywhere in the world. If you choose to integrate your local installation (at work or home) of EndNote with EndNote Web you need to need to set up and activate an EndNoteWeb account. Once you have an active EndNoteWeb account you can simply log in to EndNote Web to access your EndNote libraries which are stored on the EndNote server. EndNote Web is also your best option if it is impossible to upgrade your operating system and version of MS Office. The full functionality of Cite-While-You-Write cannot be used unless you have MS Office 2003 at minimum on your PC.
To set up an EndNote Web account you need to open the EndNote program on your work computer. Click Edit > Preferences > EndNote Web > Activate. Enter your preferred email address and click Submit. If you are new to EndNote Web you will be prompted to register and set up a password. Users who already have an EndNoteWeb account will see a message asking whether they would like to integrate EndNote Web with EndNote (enter your password and click Continue if you wish to do so).
Once you have activated your account you can click on the Edit > Preferences > EndNote Web > Download EndNote Web Plug-in to install the EndNote Web software on your computer.
You will not be able to set up an EndNoteWeb account when you are offsite unless you have already installed the WA Health Endnote program on your home computer.
The appropriate EndNote Web installer for your operating system and browser can also be downloaded for use on computers that do not have the EndNote software installed.
Do you need training or help?
for training and support in use of EndNote.
The EndNote Manual is installed with the program and is very comprehensive.
Page last updated / reviewed: 20 May 2013
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