The staff of the Office for Research and Scholarship is comprised of a director (the Associate Dean for Research), an administrative assistant, two research administrators, three contract editors and a statistical consultant, who are all available to assist faculty with planning their research efforts.
- To request editorial support, simply send an e-mail to Dr. Michael Weaver, with the file that you would like edited attached.
- In order to determine if your file is eligible for ORS Editorial support, please review the Editorial Support FAQ.
- In addition, the College’s Office of Research and Scholarship offers a wealth of information on grantmanship resources available to faculty.
- There is also information on the various research facilities available to faculty.
The following links provide information specific to each of UF’s IRBs:
Secure Data Storage
College of Nursing Librarian – Literature Search
College of Nursing faculty may contact the College of Nursing librarian liaison, Maggie Ansell to conduct a literature search. In the e-mail, provide:
- Your name and contact information
- Information on your topic
- Relevant articles & citations
- Date needed
The Nursing Library Guide has been updated with new and improved content, providing students, staff, and faculty at UF convenient online access to nursing books, journals and other resources free through UF Health Science Center Libraries.
On the Journals tab of the guide, you’ll find RSS feeds with links to articles from the latest issue of Nursing and the American Journal of Nursing. On the Books tab, some of the most popular nursing textbooks are listed, with descriptions and links to the full text, free to members of the UF community. The Citation Management page has links to freely accessible citation management programs like EndNote Web, as well as links to style guide books and websites that cover all of the major styles – MLA, APA, AMA and more. Finally, the new News, Organizations and Other Resources page includes links to and descriptions of professional nursing organizations, and nursing resources available free online or through UF’s institutional repository, as well as an RSS feed with links nursing-related news articles.
Check out these handy new resources, and revisit old ones, like the video tutorials on searching for literature on the Tutorials page. And please, let Maggie Ansell know if there’s any other content that you think would be useful to add to this guide.