UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students, and campus visitors should use the UC Berkeley-specific instance of PubMed by accessing PubMed from links on library website pages (including this page). Use the Get it at UC button to access full text will be displayed on every article record.
PubMed search tips in a downloadable PDF format:
Handout for Advanced PubMed workshop:
PubMed search tips for information on race and racism in medicine:
PubMed contains citations to resources, but doesn't include the full text of articles.
To get to the full text of an article from PubMed click on the article's title, and then on the button at the top right of the article page.
After clicking the Get it at UC button you will be taken to a menu in UC Library Search from which you can select a link to view the article online:
If there are multiple links available, we recommend first choosing the journal publisher link, if present, from the alphabetical list:
If a journal publisher or platform link (such as SpringerLink, Elsevier ScienceDirect, or Wiley Online Library) isn't present or doesn't take you to the full text, try other links.
After clicking on the link, the following may happen:
If you are blocked from access to a specific life sciences journal article please contact Elliott Smith (see the For more help box).