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BME4931 & ENU6623: Patient Dosimetry in Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy: Citing Your Sources

Use this guide to help you locate articles to complete your review article assignment

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Citing from the Catalog

Look for the green pencil icon in the library catalog. Clicking on the "Cite This" tool will show you how to cite the source using APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, and Turabian citation styles. 

In addition, you can also use to export the citation into RefWorks, EndNote, or Endnote Web.

Managing Your References

These programs will save you hours--literally!--of time. Citation management software can store all your articles and reformat them to meet the requirements of just about any journal. Just remember to proofread your works cited (or bibliography or references) page in case a citation wasn't formed properly in a database.

Find out more on our Citation Management guide.

Getting References from PubMed into a citation manager

You can accomplish this two different ways:

  1. You can use a capture tool in your browser to export your citations into any citation management software program such as:
    EndNote      Mendeley link          
     
  2. Follow the 3 steps below to export citations using PubMed's Citation Manager tool:
  • In your search results, use the citation check boxes to select citations. To export all the citations do not select any citations.
  • From Send To, select Citation Manager.
  • Import this saved file into your citation management program.

Using Medical Physics Citation Style

When using the Medical Physics style be sure to refer to the Instructions for Authors (also, the Wiley Style Guide).

Also, if you are using EndNote Basic make sure to add this style to My Favorites for easy access in MS Word.

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