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GME Resources: Emergency Medicine


 EndNote is a software package for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references on the Windows and Macintosh desktop.  St. Joseph's Medical Center has a multi-user license for EndNote.  Contact Teri Kozik, GME Research Director to get a user license code to download the program on your computer for your scholarly research activities.

ALERT: My NCBI Account for your PubMed Collection -The ability to create usernames and passwords has been disabled from June 1, 2021. Instead you need to log in with another account, such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, ORCiD, NIH Account, NCBI account. For more information about transition to 3rd party sign-in, read the NCBI Insights blog post or visit the FAQ page.

Emergency Medicine Books

READ App - Read Journal Articles via Phone

Download QxMD app and Read your Journals on your Phone

Getting set up is quick and easy!

***Remote Access (OpenAthens) account is required to log into READ app for off-site access.

Click here to create an OpenAthens account .

  1. Download “Read by QxMD” on your phone.  App is available for iOS, Android & Web.

**A web version is also available at – create account.

  1. Create your personal profile ( email, specialties, address, etc)
  2. Click the Gear Icon in the upper left hand corner of your phone  and click  “Institutional Access”
  3. Enter “St. Joseph’s Medical Center” in the search box or/and Find St. Joseph’s Medical Center Dignity Health, California.
  4. Select  either of  the two options as your Login Preference:
  5. Automatic login Using OpenAthens – to access full texts on and offsite.

  6. Intranet - No OpenAthens account . Full text access available only on site

  1. If  “Automatic login Using OpenAthens” is selected, enter your OpenAthens ID (email can be used) and password.
  2. Go back to “Featured” and Mark  the journals  and topics you like to follow by clicking one of icons (file, key, etc) in the  bottom and clicking the edit icon in the upper right hand corner.

Finding Journals to Submit?

Have you recently written a paper, but you're not sure to which journal you should submit it? 

A tool that compares your title and/or abstract to citations already in Medline and recommends potential journals in which to publish.

Database to locate a journals that publish global public health research.

Explains journal metrics: Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP), The Impact per Publication (IPP), SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)

Explains common journal metrics: Metric Name, Metric Score, Metric Description

Periodically updated with new journals added to MEDLINE/PubMed.

Journals referenced in the NCBI Databases (PubMed, Protein, Gene, etc). Includes publication dates, abbreviations, full titles and more.

Includes: Article types and preparation, article submission, forms, policies and ethics, guidance for new authors