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Joint Medical Program Library Resources: Articles

Find the Article from a Citation


  • Search PubMed (or another appropriate article database) by article title, then click the UC-eLinks button
  • You can also try searching Scopus, Web of Science, or Google Scholar by article title
  • Use the Citation Linker service: enter brief citation information to see if article (or book, etc.) available online or in the library

Another option:

  1. Search the OskiCat library catalog for the journal title (not the article title).
  2. Browse the online or print volumes for your article.

Example citation for JMP orientation session:

Randall M, Egberts KJ, Samtani A, Scholten RJ, Hooft L, Livingstone N, Sterling-Levis K, Woolfenden S, Williams K. Diagnostic tests for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in preschool children. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2018 Jul 24;7:CD009044. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009044.pub2.


PubMed & Web of Science Exercises

Here's the complete PubMed Exercise Set we worked on today:

Search Operators and Tips

Find the PDF Copy of an Article

In search results, click the UC-eLinks icon button to check for an online copy of the article.

Core Public Health Article Databases

Selected Additional Databases

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