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I Want to Find a Full Text Article

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I want to find a citation and have a PMID number

A. Use the E-Journal Finder

  1. Go to the E-Journal Finder
  2. Enter the PMID or DOI
  3. You will either get the article or be directed to the Article Linker options

B. Use PubMed

  1. Go to PubMed - use the URL on the library website for full text
  2. Enter the PMID
  3. NJHealth icons and publisher's icons are in the upper right corner

There are potentially three icons:

Indicates we have access to this article. Click to access the article

 

Click to access an article IF we own it. This icon shows up on every article


This indicates we hold the article in our print journal collection. At the library copy machine, you can make a print or PDF copy

I want to find out if we own a journal

  1. The E-Journal Finder gives you access to all our print and online journals
  2. Search for a journal by title, ISSN, alphabetical, or subject
  3. Use the "Look up Article" link to find a specific citation
  4. Link to publishers, vendors, the Impulse Catalog, open access journal sites, MDConsult or Ovid
  5. Try the publisher's site first. If one link does not work, try another

I want to find a citation but don't have a PMID

A. I want to use PubMed

  1. Go to PubMed - use the URL on the library website for full text
  2. Click "Single Citation Matcher" located center menu
  3. Enter in data about the article. Just the year, volume  and pages will usually work
  4. Click on the article title to see the abstract display
  5. NJHealth icons and publisher's icons are in the upper right corner

B. I want to use Ovid 

  1. Go to Ovid - use the URL on the library website for full text
  2. Choose your database(s)
  3. Use "Find Citation" to search for your citation
  4. See up to four possible access points to full text to choose from:
    1. PDF Full Text 
    2. Ovid Full Text  
    3. Full Text
    4. The FINDIT! icon

I am searching for a subject

A. In PubMed

  1. Go to PubMed - use the URL on the library website for full text
  2. Execute your search
  3. Click on the article title to see the abstract display
  4. NJHealth icons and publisher's icons are in the upper right corner

B. In Ovid

  1. Go to Ovid - use the URL on the library website for full text
  2. Choose your database(s)
  3. Execute your search
  4. See up to four possible access points to full text to choose from:
    1. PDF Full Text 
    2. Ovid Full Text  
    3. Full Text
    4. The FINDIT! icon

I want to find a full text article using the "Find It!" button

Get an Article in 3 clicks: 1-2-3 Click!

  • Click the "Find It!" icon to get the article or be directed to the Article Linker for more option
  • If there are connection problems, click on the link on the top banner which starts with an Article Linker icon
  • At the Article Linker, you find more access points, check the holdings of UCDenver HSL, or order an interlibrary loan
  • The icon shows up against every article in PubMed, Ovid databases, Google Scholar as well as other resources
  • To use with PubMed, you MUST use the specialized URL on the library website: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?holding=njclib&otool=njclib 

1. Click the "Find It!" icon
Do we own it?

Yes? You will be directed to the article immediately!
No? Are you affiliated with UCDenver HSL?

2. Click "Search Holdings Here": HSC Journal Holdings (passworded)
Do they own it?

Yes? Click "Article" or "Journal" - use a UCDenver HSL password
No?
  UCDenver HSL doesn't own it or you are not affiliated?
---- Go to the previous window

3. Click on "Request the item": Interlibrary Loan Form

---- Notice the article data has been copied over to the form
---- Fill in the data on the top of the form and "Submit"

You now either have the article or have ordered it on ILL


     


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