- Study at RCSI
- Student Life
- Schools & Faculties
- Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
- School of Medicine
- School of Pharmacy
- School of Physiotherapy
- School of Nursing & Midwifery
- School of Postgraduate Studies
- Institute of Leadership
- Student, Academic & Regulatory Affairs
- Health Professions Education Centre (HPEC)
- Academic Departments
- Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine
- Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Radiologists
- Surgical Affairs
- Research & Innovation
- Strategic Academic Recruitment Programme
- Research News & Events
- Research Areas
- Principal Investigators
- Research Networks & Centres
- Technology Cores & Research Facilities
- Research Office
- Employment Opportunities
- PhD Projects and Postgraduate Training Opportunities
- Research Ethics
- Technology Transfer Office & Management of Intellectual Property
- Research by Faculty
- Research by Academic Department
- Research by School
- Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)
- About RCSI
- CEO and Senior Management
- Annual Report
- 3U Partnership
- Contact us and location
- Venue hire
- New academic and education building
- RCSI and the wider community
- Quality Enhancement Office
- Academic Health Centre
- Irish Society of Urology
- Freedom of Information (FOI)
- Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences Strategy 2013 - 2017
- Medical Validation Ireland
- RCSI International
RCSI Library provides a variety of supports for researchers, including access to a wide range of resources and services.
We are happy to advise you on gathering bibliometric data and citation analysis, increasing your research visibility and choosing a journal to publish in. We can support you also on making your research open access by depositing your research in the RCSI's institutional repository, e-publications@RCSI. See these pages for further details:
- Measuring your impact: Bibliometrics
- Increasing your visibility: Online profiles
- Where to publish
- Open Access Publishing
The RCSI Supporting Researchers Lunchtime Workshop series includes a number of workshops on these topics. See the 2016 schedule on Moodle for full details - scroll down to the Guides and Resources for Researchers topic.
We have produced a short guide to increasing your impact - also available in the Guides and Resources for Researchers topic on Moodle.
Systematic literature reviews are important study types in certain research areas. See Information Seeking and Library Skills on Moodle for guides to evidence based review methods and resources. You will also find the RCSI Library Guide to Searching for Studies for Systematic Reviews there.
The Library provides consultancy and support services for such projects - contact Grainne McCabe, Scholarly Communications & Research Support Officer or Lorna Flannery, Teaching & Learning Support Librarian.
EndNote is a reference management package and the Library organises periodic beginner training courses for researchers. EndNote support material is available in the Information Seeking and Library Skills module on Moodle.
EndNote is licensed for RCSI students and staff - contact IT Dept for more information on downloading the software. EndNote Online is a web version that can be used with the desktop version: register for it while on-campus by creating an account on Web of Science. Find Web of Science on the Library's Databases page.
If you would like a consultation, contact Grainne McCabe, Scholarly Communications & Research Support Officer.