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EndNote is the industry standard software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references for Windows and Mac
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An interactive guide to common referencing styles including APA, Harvard, Vancouver, etc.
Provides detailed examples of the four referencing styles; AGLC3 (Law), APA 6, Footnoting and Harvard that have been endorsed for undergraduate students by La Trobe University
Clear and thorough guide to referencing a wide range of items in styles including Harvard, Vancouver, APA and more
Use Browzine to easily share articles with your colleagues without breaching copyright
Available for Austin Health staff via EPPIC
Browse A-Z resources on Australian copyright law for content creators and consumers
The Australian Government has appointed the Copyright Agency to manage the education copying scheme
Flexible copyright options for publishing creative work electronically over the Internet. Enables authors and artists to share and publish their work, and build on the work of others. Which creative commons licence is right for me? (flowchart)
This note sets out in brief intellectual property (IP) issues under Australian law raised by 3D printing in medicine and surgery
A collection of guidelines and policy documents to help you report your research in an accurate and transparent way.
Provides instructions for over 6,000 journals in health and life sciences
BMC's guide on writing and publishing a scientific manuscript
The code establishes a framework for responsible research conduct that provides a foundation for high-quality research, credibility and community trust in the research endeavour
Tool to suggest journals or experts who publish similar articles on the basis of sample text (e.g. title/abstract)
Uses SCOPUS data to compare journal rank and influence. Compare by title or subject area.
This editorial outlines how to identify and avoid publishing your research in predatory journals
Quick resource to help identify predatory journals
A checklist to assess the quality of a journal or publisher
Austin Health Research Online (AHRO) is Austin Health's research repository. Submitting your work helps us record the research output of the organisation
|How to write a paper, edited by George M. Hall||Citing medicine : NLM style guide||Publication manual of the American Psychological Association|