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Epidemiology Research Guide

Online resources for the study of epidemiology

RefWorks Legacy

RefWorks an online citation management tool for Tulane faculty, staff, students and alumni.  

RefWorks is in transition. The legacy version is still available and will be until at least 2018.  Users should consider a number of factors before deciding when to transition from Legacy RefWorks to New RefWorks. This is a one-way migration, meaning reference changes will not migrate back to legacy from new RefWorks.

Some functionality may be missing new New RefWorks. -- You may set up a New Refworks account and use both the Legacy and New versions at the same time.  Documents created with Write-n-Cite/ProQuest for Word using Legacy RefWorks can't be modified with New RefWorks, and vice-versa.   If you are starting a project that will continue beyond early 2018, consider using EndNote basic, New RefWorks or another citation management option.  

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Citing electronic information from the CDC & NCHS

Suggested citation to appear at the bottom of all tables and graphs from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) National Health Interview survey:

Data Source: CDC/NCHS, National Health Interview Survey, 2009

In a bibliography, the suggested citation should read:

National Center for Health Statistics. Data File Documentation, National Health Interview Survey, 2009 (machine readable data file and documentation)National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Hyattsville, Maryland. 2010.

The published material should also include a disclaimer that credits any analyses, interpretations, or conclusions reached to the author (recipient of the data file) and not to NCHS, which is responsible only for the initial data. 

NHIS questionnaires are in the public domain and no permission is required to use them. However, NCHS should be cited as the author of the questions.

From p 71 of 2009 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) Public Use Data Release NHIS Survey Description Division of Health Interview Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville, Maryland. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services July 13, 2010. 

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