Below you'll find descriptions and links to tools we think will be particularly useful during your time at Yale, ranging from software to manage your citations for your thesis to tutorials and statistics help.
EndNote is a program licensed by Yale for managing citations and PDFs. With EndNote, you can store unlimited references, share a library with your team, automatically locate full-text articles, directly insert citations into papers in Word, and more. EndNote X8 is available free to members of the Yale community. To get started, download the software from the Yale ITS software library. Learn more about EndNote and other citation management software in the Citation Management Resource Guide.
Read by QxMD is a web and mobile application that provides full-text access to institutional journals subscriptions via the iPad, iPhone, Android, and web-enabled desktop. Follow topics and journals that you're interested in and your home screen will automatically populate with articles as they are published!
ExamMaster Online will be useful when it's time to prepare for the PANCE. This program not only offers practice tests but also explains why the correct answer is correct. Their "detailed scoring" system also tells you which subject areas you are performing weakest in.
Cushing/Whitney Medical Library Tutorials is home to dozens of in-house produced, Yale-specific tutorials on topics such as: finding articles and books, managing citations, searching specific databases, evidence-based practice, research impact, and systematic searching.