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In our Health Writer Hub Facebook group, there are often discussions about preferences for referencing software. There are few different software options available to help health writers create a bibliographic database to manage references. Choice usually depends on personal preference, cost, functionality and effectiveness. Based on the group discussions, most health writers are divided between Mendeley and […]
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