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BNURS 424: Population-Based Health in Community Practice: Locating Full Text

Community and Population Health Resources and Data

UW Libraries Search

Search in the UW Libraries Search system for a journal article title

Assumption: that you have found an article citation and want to find the full text of an article.

  1. Locate the title of the article in the citation; e.g. "Rural hospital web-based, evidence-based practice professional development challenges and opportunities"
  2. Paste or type the article title into the UW Libraries Search box, located above, and on the library home page.
  3. Log in with your UW NetID and Password to gain access to full text content.
  4. To get to the full text online (if available), click on the "Check for online access" link, then click on the publisher/journal vendor name.

For more detailed information see the Search for an article title in UW Libraries Search tutorial from the CINAHL Tutorials page.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL):

  1. Log in with your UW NetID and Password to gain access to Interlibrary Loan links. See the Interlibrary Loan Guide: How To ILL guide for detailed instructions.
  2. If the library does not have the article in an online database or in print on the shelf, you can order a copy from the UW Interlibrary Loan service. Log into the service here.

For more information see the UW Libraries Search FAQ page.

Article Lookup

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Other Options

Another way to locate the full text:

  1. Request the article via Interlibrary Loan
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