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Click here to read the Daily COVID19 Digest, produced for the Tulane Community by James Zanewicz - CBO, Tulane University.
Editor Clay Christian, PhD is doing a really nice job cutting through the noise and providing information in an easy-to-understand format, so we are making it available to anyone in our extended family who might benefit from the information.
Covidence is a web-based software platform that streamlines the production of systematic reviews, including Cochrane Reviews. The key steps in Cochrane Reviews supported by Covidence are citation screening, full text review, risk of bias assessment, extraction of study characteristics and outcomes as well as the export of data and references into RevMan.
NOTE: You will need to create/register a user account and profile using a "@tulane.edu" email address to access this resource.
Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences provides all Tulane University users (students, staff, faculty, etc.) access to EndNote X9.
EndNote X9 is a comprehensive productivity tool for researchers—both online and off. The only tool of its kind, EndNote X9 makes managing research easy for anyone from the novice researcher publishing their first discovery to the senior professor writing a grant. It lets researchers find, store, and share work in the most efficient way possible, saving time and effort.