Additions to the Database

The Health Sciences Library will track and add publications automatically for all full-time faculty. Do contact the library if you notice an incorrect citation linked to your name.

To have your publications manually added to the Faculty of Medicine Faculty Publications database, please send an email to Kristen Romme or

Use the subject Faculty of Medicine Publications and provide the following information:

  • Your Name, Primary Discipline/Discipline and email address
  • List of citations (preferably in the Vancouver Style)
  • Subject keywords (maximum of 6) for each publication

The following types of publications may be included in the database: research articles, case reports, clinical trials, reviews, practice guidelines, scholarly monographs or chapters, and official journal editorials and commentaries. Publications must be dated 2004 or later. Conference presentation abstracts or poster presentations are not included.

Samples using the Vancouver Style:
Sample - Journal Article:
Chan BT, Degani N, Crichton T, Pong RW, Rourke JT, Goertzen J, McCready B. Factors influencing family physicians to enter rural practice. Canadian Family Physician 2005 Sep;51:1246-7.

Sample – Chapter:
Pullman D, Latus A
Reconciling social justice and economic opportunism: regulating the Newfoundland genome. In: Knoppers BM Populations and genetics: legal and socio-legal perspectives. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers; 2003. p.543-64.

Sample – Book:
Crellin JK. Home medicine: the Newfoundland experience. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press; 1994. (McGill-Queen's/Hannah Institute studies in the history of medicine, health, and society; 1)

For more samples, please see ICMJE Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Sample References


To have your biography added or updated, please email the Communications Office at