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Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library

The Carolyn Sifton-Helene Fuld Library is a satellite information centre of the University of Manitoba Health Sciences Libraries. Located on the main floor of the St-Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre, the library provides academic information resources to support patient care, education and research at St-Boniface Hospital, St-Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre, and the I.H. Asper Clinical Research Institute.

Staff and students have access to up-to-date medical and nursing reference materials and a core collection of major print periodicals. As part of the University of Manitoba Libraries, the St-Boniface Hospital Research Library is connected to a vast array of licensed information resources, including hundreds of online databases and thousands of e-journals and e-books. The library is an ideal space for individual or group study.

Professional literature searches are available upon request. Materials not held in the library may be obtained quickly and reliably through our document delivery service. Library staff welcome reference queries of any kind. Orientation and training sessions are available to any user. All services are free of charge.

Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and Statutory Holidays. Authorized staff and students have 24-hour access to the library.

For more information, contact:

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library
University of Manitoba Libraries
Tel. 204.237.2807
Fax. 204.235.3339
Email. sbghlibrary@umanitoba.ca
http://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/sbh

The Carolyn Sifton-Helene Fuld Library supports the research and patient care activities of the staff and students of St-Boniface Hospital and St-Boniface Hospital Research. In support of continued research needs, we have created a Mendeley group of each researcher with all of their publications to date, the h-index score, and a citation analysis of their publication list.

The h-index score and citation analysis are via Scopus. For more information see Scopus Citaton counts.

 

Name / Research Area / Divisionh-indexCitation Analysis
Albensi, Benedict Charles
Synaptic Plasticity and Cellular Memory Dysfunction
Division: DND
15csv file
Alfa, Michelle J.
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Division: CCARM
24csv file
Anderson, Hope D. I.
Vascular Biology
Division: CCARM
6csv file
Arora, Rakesh Christopher
Heart Failure Therapy
Division: ICS CHaRM
13csv file
Aukema, Harold M.
Nutritional Lipidomics
Division: CCARM
14csv file
Blewett, Heather J. H.
Human Nutrition and Immunology
Division: CCARM
5csv file
Brown, Daniel C. W.
Bioactives Research
Division: CCARM
21csv file
Czubryt, Michael P.
Molecular Pathophysiology
Division: ICS
12csv file
Dhalla, Naranjan S.
Experimental Cardiology
Division: ICS
45csv file
Dhingra, Sanjiv
Cardiac Regeneration and Tissue Engineering
Division: ICS
9csv file
Dixon, Ian M. C.
Molecular Cardiology
Division: ICS
26csv file
Duhamel, Todd A.
Physical Activity and Chronic Disease Prevention
Division: ICS
13csv file
Fernyhough, Paul
Neurodegeneration Lab
Division: DND
32csv file
Fransoo, Randy R.
Division: CHaRM
9csv file
Glazner, Gordon W.
Cellular Neuropathy & Neurodegeneration
Division: DND
19csv file
Grocott, Hilary P.
Cardiac Surgery and Anesthesia
Division: CHaRM
33csv file
Guzman, Randolph P.
Vascular Surgery Research
Division: CCARM Vascular Research
10csv file
Hack, Thomas F.
Psychosocial Oncology
Division: Psychosocial Oncology and Cancer Nursing Research
27csv file
Hryshko, Larry V.
Cardiac Electrophysiology
Division: ICS
19csv file
Jassal, Davinder S.
Cardiovascular Imaging
Division: ICS CHaRM
23csv file
Kardami, Elissavet
Muscle Cell Biochemistry
Division: ICS
22csv file
Kirshenbaum, Lorrie A.
Cardiac Gene Biology
Division: ICS
32csv file
Lobchuk, Michelle Marie
Caregiver Communication
Division: Psychosocial Oncology and Cancer Nursing Research
12csv file
Manji, Rizwan A.
Cardiac Surgery and Critical Care Patients
Division: CHaRM
6csv file
McClement, Susan Elaine
Palliative and End of Life-Care
Division: Psychosocial Oncology and Cancer Nursing Research
22csv file
Menkis, Alan Harold
Cardiac Sciences Program
Division: CHaRM
25csv file
Moghadasian, Mohammed Hassan
Pathology Research
Division: CCARM
23csv file
Netticadan, Thomas J.
Heart Failure Therapy
Division: CCARM
19csv file
O., Karmin
Integrative Biology
Division: CCARM
24csv file
Pierce, Grant N.
Cell Biology
Division: CCARM ICS
39csv file
Ramjiawan, Bram
Division: Clinical Research
7csv file
Ravandi, Amir
Cardiovascular Lipidomics
Division: ICS
18csv file
Schultz, Annette S. H.
Cancer Nursing Research
Division:  Psychosocial Oncology and Cancer Nursing Research
7csv file
Singal, Pawan K.
Cell Pathophysiology
Division: ICS
48csv file
Siow, Chris
Innovative Therapy Research
Division: CCARM
24csv file
Taylor, Carla G.
Metabolic Nutrition
Division: CCARM
21csv file
Wigle, Jeffrey T.
Vascular Development
Division: ICS
13csv file
Woodgate, Roberta Lynn
Child and Youth Health and Illness
Division: Psychosocial Oncology and Cancer Nursing Research
21csv file
Zahradka, Peter
Molecular Physiology
Division: CCARM
21csv file
Zieroth, Shelley R.
Congestive Heart Failure
Division: CHaRM
7csv file

Researcher Workshops

Enhance your technical expertise. Expand your research presence.

You in a Research Mirror: Introduction to SciVal
Understand what you as a research brand look like in the scholarly assessment product SciVal. This hands-on session will walk you through the relationship between the Elsevier products Scopus and SciVal, how to set up your profile in SciVal, and how to navigate the various functions in SciVal. The focus will be an overview of the research metric options available to enable participants to make informed choices about the metrics
that are meaningful to them.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, September 21, 2016
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2775584

 

Introduction to EndNote
The EndNote desktop version is a full-featured reference management program that you can purchase from the bookstore. This workshop will provide a basic introduction to EndNote. Learn how to automatically add references from databases, import and export references manually and use the online search feature in EndNote. Find out how to configure EndNote to use the EndNote Find Full Text feature and cite while you write.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2989349

Measuring your Metrics
An introduction to some popular tools for compiling impact factors, citation counts, and h-index scores. Understand more about how research metrics are used and how to evaluate the quality and impact of the scholarship.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Wednesday, January 26, 2017 St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2775587

Manage Your Author Identity with ORCID
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an international registry of persistent digital identifiers to connect authors and creators to all their research and scholarly works. The ORCID identifier helps to solve the problems of common names, misattributions, and multiple affiliations over a career. This workshop will help you get registered and start populating your ORCID account. We will also look at two other popular
researcher identifiers that work with ORCID: Author Identifier from Scopus and ResearcherID that integrates with Web of Science.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, February 1, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2775592

Introduction to Mendeley
Do you struggle with organizing your PDFs? In this session you will learn how you can use this free, easy to use program to quickly organize all your PDF articles, generate bibliographies in a variety of citation styles and cite while you write.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, February 15, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2775594

Getting Started with Systematic Reviews
Thinking about undertaking a systematic review? This session will introduce you to some conceptual and organizational considerations.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, March 15, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2788924

Searching OVID Medline and EMBASE
The Ovid interface offers some significant advantages over PubMed. Review advanced search techniques to improve your retrieval of relevant research in Medline and Embase.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, April 12, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2788928

Data Management Planning for Grant Funded Projects
Canada’s grant agencies (CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC) are now requiring that researchers submit data management plans and deposit their research data in an established publicly available archive or repository. Review the key components of data management plans as required by granting agencies and solutions for depositing your data.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, May 24, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2788931

Keeping Current with the Research Literature
Establish search accounts in PubMed and SCOPUS so that you can receive weekly alerts of new research appearing in your area of interest. Use mobile apps, Read by QxMD and Browzine, to monitor journal table of contents and save relevant articles to your reference management software.

Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library – Computer lab
12:00pm – 1:00pm, Wednesday, June 21, 2017
St. Boniface Research Centre
http://lib-umanitoba.libcal.com/event/2788936


Grad Steps

Free U of M GradSteps workshops being offered at the Carolyn Sifton-Helene Fuld Library in the St. Boniface Albrechtsen Research Centre.

Managing Your References With EndNote
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 (12:00 – 13:30) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
The EndNote desktop version is a full-featured reference management program that you can purchase from the bookstore. This workshop will provide a basic introduction to EndNote. Learn how to automatically add references from databases, import and export references manually and use the online search feature in EndNote. Find out how to configure EndNote to use the EndNote Find Full Text feature and use the cite while you write feature.
Register: http://bit.ly/2dElm6C

Exploring Types of Reviews
Wednesday, January 20th, 2017 (12:00 – 13:30) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
You’ve heard about systematic reviews, now learn about the other types of reviews to consider when setting up a research paper. An overview of review methodologies will be presented, including scoping reviews and qualitative systematic reviews, along with examples of topics that would suit the different methods.
Register: http://bit.ly/2dyD49M

Keeping Current, Keeping Alert
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 (12:00—13:00) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
Learn strategies to keep up with new and relevant research. Learn how to use Google Alert, saved searches in various research databases, citation alerts to monitor your citations, Journal Table of Contents alerts and BrowZine to find journals and read articles on your iPad or tablet. Session focuses on tools of interest to those in the health sciences.
Register: http://bit.ly/2dn0kaq

Managing Your References with Mendeley
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 (12:00 – 13:00) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
Do you struggle with organizing your PDFs? In this session you will learn how you can use this free, easy to use program to quickly organize all your PDF articles, generate bibliographies in a variety of citation styles and cite while you write.
Register: http://bit.ly/2dWjqTW

Trends in Scholarly Communication – Open Access and Data Management Planning
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 (12:00 – 13:00) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
Open Access and Data Management – What are they? How do they relate to sharing and publishing your research findings? Canadian funding agencies (CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC), referred to as the Tri-Agencies, are following the direction of funding agencies in US, UK, and EU requiring free and public access to grant-funded research publications and datasets. Librarians can help you as researchers to meet such requirements. Register: http://bit.ly/2dWnvY3
Maximizing Your Research Identity and Impact
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 (12:00 – 13:00) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
Find out about various networking and academic profile websites such as ResearchGate, Mendeley, ResearcherID, and Google Scholar Profiles. Learn about author identification systems such as ORCID and how it links with some of the systems.
Register: http://bit.ly/2dWpz2c

EndNote: Beyond the Basics
Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 (12:00—13:00) St Boniface Research Centre, Library
This workshop assumes that you know how to use basic functions in the desktop version of EndNote and are using it regularly. The workshop covers more advanced features that are not currently covered in the basic EndNote workshop. Topics to be covered include:
Working with PDFs (watched folders, annotations)
Working with references (reference updates, global editing, using smart groups)
Working with journal term lists

  • Managing figures
  • Syncing your desktop library with your online account and sharing your library
  • Working with Output styles (making minor modifications, installing new styles)

Register: http://bit.ly/2eyFfvM