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Nursing current issues

I have a journal article citation. How can I locate the article?
Answered on: Dec 07 2012, 01:21pm
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Thank you for using LibAnswers! There are a couple of ways you can find a journal article using the citation.

1) The first, and probably easiest, way of finding an article you already know the name of is to type the name of the article into the Search Anything box on Ryerson Library homepage. The article should show up in the search results.

2) If you know the name of the journal, you can browse our list of journals by subject. To do this, from the Ryerson Library homepage select the Journals List tab, then Browse Journals by Subject.

Journals by Subject

For nursing journals, select Health Sciences as the Category and Nursing as the Subcategory. Hit "Go" and a list of the 455 nursing journals that the Ryerson Library subscribes to will show up below the search box. Locate your journal, then search for the volume and issue number where the article appears.

3) If you're stlll having trouble finding the article, please contact a library staff member either by going to the Research Help desk on the main floor of the Ryerson Library (near the entrance to the SLC) or by using our virtual reference chat service, Ask A Librarian.

I hope this was helpful!

Sara Allain
Communications Librarian
Ryerson University Library & Archives

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