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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018 Views: 45
Answered By: Michael Pujals
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018 Views: 45
Use the Journal List located on the library's home page.
Given the following citation:
Wood, P. J. (2011). UNDERSTANDING AND EVALUATING HISTORICAL SOURCES IN NURSING HISTORY RESEARCH. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 27(1), 25-33.
- Enter the title, Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, into the search box for the Journal List and click on search
- The results list will show you if the journal is available, the date range available, and the database where you can find it.
- Check the date in the citation (2011 in this case), if we have the date that you need click on the database title (if off-campus you may need to log in with your student ID and password)
- In the case of CINAHL (other databases are similar) you should see a list of years right side of your screen, click on the proper year for your citation
- Next you should see a list of volume and issue numbers for the journal. In our example the volume is 27 and the issue is 1
- click on the right volume and issue number and you should see all of the contents for that issue of the journal. Scroll down to find your article.