Import methods vary by database. If you don't see an "export to EndNote" link or button, look for an option to export citations in RIS format. RIS is a standard file format that is recognized by most citation managers.
Here are a few examples from databases used by Einstein faculty, students, postdocs, and staff.
Browse search results and select references to export into your citation manager by checking the little boxes to the left of article titles.
After you have made your selections, click the Save button at the top of the page. In the Selection drop-down menu, indicate which results you want to export.
A "Cite" link appears beneath every citation in the summary and abstract displays.
When you click on Cite, a small window will pop up, giving you the option to copy a citation formatted according to either AMA, APA, MLA, or NLM style, which you can paste it into a document.
Use the “Download .RIS” to download that reference in .RIS format. RIS is a standard file format that can be opened in EndNote and just about any other citation manager.
Direct Export from Ovid Medline
If you saved the file:
Exporting a reference using Chrome.
Note: If you are unable to open the scholar.enw file in Chrome, follow steps 1-3 above.
If EndNote prompts you to select an application every time you use any of the export options described above, follow these steps to streamline the process:
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