PHSSR Reference Library
Download the Entire Reference Library
The library was updated as of April 2013.
NOTE: Right click on the above links to download; choose "Save link as" option for Firefox users, "Save target as" for Internet Explorer users. Once you have downloaded the XML file, open EndNote. Under the "File" tab, select "Import". After you "Choose File" , make sure to select the "EndNote Generated XML" import option.
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Description of the EndNote Library
EndNote X2 is an online search tool, a reference database, and a bibliography creator. It allows users to search online bibliographic databases, import references directly into a personalized library for storing, managing and searching, and formatting citations within Microsoft Word. The EndNote files are compatible with other popular programs including Reference Manager, ProCite and RefWorks. More information about EndNote can be located at http://www.EndNote.com. Your institution may have a site license to this product, or a similar one, so you might check with your librarian to make inquiry. In the event you do not have Endnote X2, or a similar program, resident on your computer, we have also included a Word file that contains a bibliography of the references in the file.
Our intention is that the library provided on this website will stand as the cornerstone for a database of PHSSR references. These references reflect our effort to collocate articles and reports from the field of PHSSR including key papers, authors, and the references cited from each of those. We hope that by compiling these into one, easily navigable file, researchers will be able to eliminate the tedious steps of locating documents, downloading them into a format suitable for publication, and retyping them in their manuscripts. This database, or library, will continue to grow and evolve as our data mining efforts increase. Individuals who subscribe to our online newsletter and possess this file will be able to constantly update what will become a comprehensive database of PHSSR literature.
PHSSR EndNote Library prepared by Rick Brewer, M.S.L.S., Rick Ingram, M.Ed. & Robert Shapiro, M.L.I.S., and Lauren Coil, M.L.I.S.