Answered By: Paul Landers
Last Updated: Sep 10, 2019     Views: 1395

IMPORTANT - An article published in a medical journal is the equivalent of a chapter published in a book. Just as you cannot search the library for a book chapter (you must search for the book title) you also cannot search the library for an article title. You must search for the journal title, then drill down to the article within the journal.

From your full citation, search GoldRush by journal title (not article title). Once you locate the journal, leave GoldRush by choosing a journal provider and continue your search within the journal as follows:

  • Year > Month > Volume > Issue > Page Numbers > Article

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