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Please note that the Scopus tab has been removed from the guide due to found issues with the citation data brought into UA Vitae. If you feel that Scopus is the best option for your author search, you may still use Scopus but data cleaning of the citations would be required. Please contact Ahlam Saleh for further information at email@example.com.
Reminder: At this time, you must manually enter digital identifiers into the record (e.g., PMID, PMCID, etc.) for each citation, if they are available, even if you imported citations from PubMed.
See the “Manual Input” document for guidance
See the “Input from Database Search in UA Vitae” document for guidance
See the “PMID to UA Vitae” document for guidance; also the PubMed & MyNCBI tab on this guide
See the “PubMed Author Searching Tips” document for guidance; also the PubMed & MyNCBI tab on this guide
See the PubMed & MyNCBI tab on this guide
Ahlam Saleh, Research Librarian
Arizona Health Sciences Library