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I thought it would be useful to have a thread that gave advice about research/sites you've found useful.

A student of mine has found this amazing new resource through the NHS. As far as I can see, it includes articles that would normally could only be accessed through subscription...

http://www.evidence.nhs.uk/

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Thankyou for the link with regard to resources, i seem to be going round in circles looking for information! :D

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Thought id best stick this here aswell. -

http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm

Is a great site for seeing how to reference, it explains it and gives examples too. Plus it shows you how to cite in text as well.

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this is an email I sent to my students:

if you go to here:
http://jme.bmj.com/logout/

You'll find that you can register either for a 30 day trial of British Medical Journal, or register for unlimited access for journals published before 2006. This will help you all LOADS either now or in future work. So do take advantage of it. This is what it says:

Register for free content

Free trial
Individuals may register for a free 30 day online trial to all content.

Free archive
The full back archive is now available for all BMJ Journals. Institutional subscribers may access the entire archive as part of their subscription. Personal subscribers will also have access to all content when logged in. Non-subscribers who register have free access to all articles published before 2006 right back to volume 1 issue 1. Register here to access the free archive of all BMJ Journals.
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