Answered By: Laurissa Gann
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2017     Views: 12

To share your NIH Reporter publications as a bibliography, you'll need to export the publication list to a text file, import it into EndNote, and output the references into a Word document in the format of your choosing. Here are the steps:

  1. Search for your name in NIH Reporter
  2. Select a project or grant name
  3. Choose the Results Tab
  4. Select Export and choose Medline. Click on the Export button. 
  5. When the export is complete, choose "Click here to save the file"
  6. A text file will open. Save this file to your desktop. 
  7. Open an EndNote Library. You can create a new one or add to an existing library. 
  8. In EndNote, go to "File", "Import" and "Choose" your text file you just saved. 
  9. Under "Import Option", choose "Other Filters" and select PubMed (NLM). 
  10. Select "Import" and the records will import to EndNote.
  11. At this point you can insert the records into a Word document with EndNote at any time. Here's more information on inserting references into Word with EndNote.

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