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PUBH 609 Public Health Research and Evaluation

This guide offers a collection of sources and services to support public and community health-related research.

How to Find an Article When Searching Databases

On the article record of databases, look for these icons to direct you to the full-text availability. Check them all.

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This is the scanned image of the article, including illustrations/graphs.

2. or  

These HTML articles tend to include more pages than the PDF versions.  May include audio options.

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The Full Text Finder link will direct you to full-text options available from other UA licensed databases (e.g. OhioLINK’s Electronic Journal Center, EJC) or the publisher/database vendor's website.

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This link usually means that the article is not available at UA. You can request the article via InterLibrary Loan (requires a one-time registration) services.  InterLibrary Loan (ILL) is a free document delivery system for UA students, faculty and staff.  Items are delivered to your InterLibrary Loan account for downloading with 3-5 business days. To create an ILL account, go to ILL Services.

Example of article record in CINAHL database: