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International Medical Graduate (IMG) Programs

Links and slides to library orientation sessions given annually to IMGs in the Medical Licensure Programs at the University of Manitoba

Wondering how librarians can help you?

For students and residents, we can:

  • Discuss your research goals and questions to find relevant resources.
  • Help you develop a search strategy to find scholarly journal articles or other resources.
  • Answer any questions you have about systematic or scoping reviews.
  • Help you choose the best databases to answer your research question.
  • Help you to understand citation and reference styles.
  • Answer any questions about using the library to finish an assignment.
  • Help you deposit your thesis or dissertation in MSpace, our institutional repository.
  • Answer any questions you have about library services.

For faculty and staff, we can:

  • Guide you to an appropriate journal to publish in, open access or otherwise.
  • Help you to deposit your scholarly work in MSpace, our institutional repository.
  • Instruct your class on library services and information literacy, such as searching for and evaluating scientific literature.
  • Answer any questions you have about systematic or scoping reviews.
  • Speak with your students about an assignment.
  • Create library content in Entrada or UMLearn for your class.
  • Consider book or resource purchase suggestions.
  • Help make your work open, such as with Open Access Publishing
  • Interpret journal author agreements.
  • Answer any questions you have about library services.

There are may ways to get assistance from Health Sciences Librarians, pick the one which suits you best:

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