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Sports-Related Brain Injury: Library Guide

This guide is designed to help students, faculty, and staff interested in sports-related brain injury.

Things to Consider...

  1. Write down related terms, synonyms, technical jargon, subject headings
  2. Use OR to combine related terms and to get more results. Use AND to limit results
  3. Use the Search History to combine concepts and build elaborate searches
  4. Explore the different ways you can refine your results (by type, language, publication, age group, etc). Tip: look on the left & right of the search results page for options and filters.
  5. Click on the TU Link to find the full text of an article
  6. Send the article information into Endnote Web 

Using Endnote Web

EndNote Web - A link for Tulane users

EndNote Basic (or EndNote Web) is a citation management tool integrated into Web of Science. EndNote Web allows you to import records from other databases too. If you have EndNote Desktop (not freely available), you can sync it with EndNote Web. 

EndNote Basic has two useful plugins:

  • Cite While You Write: A Word plugin which allows you to create automatic in-text citations and a bibliography for your paper. 
  • Capture Tool:  A tool which captures the citation information from websites.

Step-by-step EndNote Basic and Cite While You Write Instructions for Tulane Studentsincluding instructions on creating your account, managing your citations, database specific import/export instructions (including EBSCO and ProQuest platforms), creating your bibliography, and Cite While You Write instructions.

EndNote Basic Online HelpSite with instructions for using EndNote Web

NIH Definition of Clinical Trials

A research study in which one or more human subjects are prospectively assigned to one or more interventions (which may include placebo or other control) to evaluate the effects of those interventions on health-related biomedical or behavioral outcomes.   NIH decision tree for clinical trial

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