I Want to Find a Full Text Article

Call x1482 or email for help.

 

I want to find a citation and have a PMID number

Use PubMed

  1. Go to PubMed from the library's homepage.
  2. Enter the PMID
  3. The NJHealth FIND IT! button and publisher's icons are in the upper right corner

Click to see if we own it. This icon shows up on every article.

I want to find out if we own a journal

  1. The A-Z list gives you access to all our print and online journals
  2. Search for a journal by title, ISSN, or browse an alphabetical list
  3. Check the date ranges next to each publisher/vendor link
  4. If one link doesn't 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 through the library's homepage
  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. The FIND IT! button and publisher's icons are in the upper right corner

B. I want to use Ovid (Medline/Embase/Cochrane)

  1. Go to Medline/Embase/Cochrane from the library's homepage (upper right)
  2. Choose your database(s) (National Jewish Health Full Text Journals@Ovid is a good choice; it's a database of only full text journals.)
  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 (Medline/Cochrane/Embase)

  1. Go to Medline/Cochrane/Embase from the library's homepage
  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 request an article we don't own

A. Submit an ILL form

  1. Use the "Request an article" or "Request a book" link from the library's homepage
  2. Submit as much item info as possible
  3. You will be notified when the scanned article or book is available

B. I used the FIND IT! link in PubMed and an item isn't available
 

  1. Use the "Request this Item" (articles) or "Request Item through ILL" (books) links
  2. Fill out your contact information and submit the form

Faculty Publications

Motivational enhancement to improve adherence to positive airway pressure in patients with obstructive sleep apnea: a randomized controlled trial. PubMed

γδ T cells recognize the insulin B:9-23 peptide antigen when it is dimerized through thiol oxidation. PubMed

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