Go to Web of Science. (The link is also available from the main page of the Health Sciences Library website, as well as on the UW Libraries' list of research databases.)
Click on Cited Reference Search.
Enter pieces of information about the article you want to track. We recommend including:
Click Search to retrieve a list of references that match the combination of information you entered (Author + Publication Year + Publication Title).
Your article may have been cited in more than one way.
Select all variations of the citation that seem likely to refer to your article.
Click Finish Search to retrieve all of the references that cited the Author/Work/Year combination(s) you specified.
From the list of retrieved references, you may then:
Caveat #1: May not include ALL citing articles.
Suggestion #1: Search other databases with complementary journal coverage, such as Scopus.
Caveat #2: Web of Science enters citations exactly as they are found in published bibliographies.
Suggestion #2: Look for variations in your citation, not just the exact citation.
Caveat #3: A citation count doesn't tell you why an article was cited.
Suggestion #3: After your cited reference search, click on "analyze results" and scan through the contents of the articles.