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GEHS 6540 Swift: Course Guide

GEHS 6540 - Occupational Health Services: A Matas Library Online Handout for professionals who work in occupational health and safety programs. Topics include occupational diseases, toxicology and other physical health hazards such as noise.

Citation & Writing

Organizing your citations and writing your paper!

New ProQuest RefWorks

  • Open RefWorks (New).
  • Click on "Create Account."
  • Register using a Tulane email address or Tulane alumni email address.
  • Legacy Users: You may login from any page on by clicking "Login" on the upper right of the page and selecting "RefWorks." (NOTE: This is subject to change as Tulane transitions our users to the new interface)

New ProQuest RefWorks


RefWorks is a web-based citation and bibliographic management tool that allows you to save and organize your citations as you research. Each reference can be extensively annotated to make the writing process easier. RefWorks works with our existing library database subscriptions to make a seamless transition between researching and writing. RefWorks functions with Microsoft Word and other word processors to create footnotes, citations and a bibliography for your paper, formatted into the correct style (MLA, APA, Chicago Style, etc.). In addition, RefWorks is available to you after you graduate using your alumni account.


Legacy Users

Details on migrating your records from RefWorks (Legacy) to RefWorks (New) are forthcoming and will soon be included on this guide. At this point, we encourage active RefWorks (Legacy) users to continue using the existing interface for ongoing projects. Both interfaces will be available for users during the Transition Period, which will last through 2017.

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