Adopting a unique researcher / author identifier is critical for showcasing your work, managing workflows, identifying potential collaborators, avoiding being misidentified and tracking your research for funding or grant applications.
These free tools will enable you to create a researcher profile:
Searching clinical trials registers: guide for systematic reviewers - BMJ - 26 April 2022
Systematic reviews play an important role in health research. They provide a high level summary of studies and can inform policy and practice relevant to a particular area of inquiry. Understanding review methodologies is useful for those who wish to undertake a systematic review, or just read one.
The Web of Science citation index is a powerful tool for exploring subject connections between articles.
Bibliometric analyses can also be performed on articles, authors and institutions.
BMJ Case Reports delivers focused, peer-reviewed case reports in all disciplines to aid healthcare professionals to find clinically important information on common and rare conditions.
Sir Charles Gairdner & Osborne Park Care Group has an Institutional Fellowship.
• First - find your case and start writing!
• Access BMJ Case Reports then look at the author instructions
• Find the SCGOPHCG Fellowship code in the user guide with instructions to submit your paper.
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