Writing & Publishing
Quickly verify an article’s reference using just a few pieces of information: journal title, author name, volume, page number or title keywords.
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors guidelines for the format of manuscripts submitted to journals.
Links to the “Instructions for Authors” pages of more than 3,500 biomedical journals. You can either browse the alphabetical journal list or search the database.
The National Library of Medicine tips for using the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) browser browser to identify appropriate author-assigned keywords.
This very informative site answers questions on how copyright applies to federal employees. It is written by CENDI, an interagency working group of federal Scientific and Technical Information Managers.
NC State’s online tutorial for understanding the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act.
A registry of Web resources that list or provide access to the full title of journal abbreviations.
Search by journal name or browse an alphabetical list.
Lists the 3,923 journals indexed in Index Medicus (Medline) by title, abbreviated title, subject/discipline and country of publication. The document is available as a PDF.
Contains 10,192 serial titles—including 4,579 titles currently indexed for MEDLINE—cited alphabetically by abbreviated title, followed by full title.
Locate a complete journal title using the abbreviation or an abbreviation using the title.
Organized links to various “crib sheets” for using the APA style.
Links to various Web sites offering advice on how to cite electronic resources.
Citing Medicine aids authors in how to cite 26 types of publications, from articles and books to poster sessions and online reports. Numerous examples are provided that illustrate the citation guideline.
Since 1894, the US GPO Style Manual has guided the form and style of government printing.