Training and Guides

Learn Online! Library Training Sessions Available Remotely

The MUHC Libraries offer online one-on-one and small group training sessions on many databases (PubMed, Medline via Ovid, CINAHL, etc.) and on the bibliographic manager Endnote.

Please fill this form to request a session.

Note: As a safety measure against the spread of COVID-19, in-person workshops are suspended until further notice.

Classes and Workshops

The MUHC Libraries offer several different kinds of training: lectures, workshops and small group sessions. For information about upcoming sessions, check the Upcoming Classes & Workshops page.

One-on-one individual and small group sessions are also offered upon request. For more information about sessions offered by the MUHC libraries, check the Instruction @ Your Library page.

About Databases

The MUHC and McGill libraries both provide access to a range of medical databases. Which should you be using, and when?

The MUHC Databases page has brief descriptions of the resources.

The following guides are also available:


EndNote software is tremendously useful for anyone trying to publish regularly. EndNote enables users to compile bibliographic references and insert them in manuscripts, properly formatted, in a range of citation styles, prior to publication.

Visit the EndNote page to learn more and read our guides.


Before submitting an article to a journal, take a moment to learn about predatory journals and publishers.

What is the impact of your research? The h-index is one measure. To learn more, visit “What’s your impact?