You'll find the button in our indexing and abstracting databases.
Because these databases are sometimes not completely full-text, you'll need to click on the "Findit" button to access the article you are looking for.
If the article is available full-text in another database, the "Findit" button will lead you to the a link called "article," which will take you to the full text of your article.
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Use the tabs above to search more efficiently, and make sure to check out the "How To" boxes below to get tips about searching the catalog, the databases, and much more!
Richter Library Catalog
(Books, scores, CDs, and more)
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Search Articles+ for articles, books, scores, and recordings from UM Libraries
Evidence Based Practice for Public Health provides a number of databases both free and subscription based. UM Library holdings include some of those that require subscription. Please look them up by title either in the Nursing and Health Studies Research Guide or place the title in the box search box below.
Learn to use RefWorks -- classes will be held in the Information Literacy Lab, third floor, Richter Library Tuesday, 2/12; Friday, 3/1; Wednesday, 3/27; Monday, 4/15.
For additional information about using RefWorks see the RefWorks Guide by Bill Jacobs.
For information about using EndNote see the Endnote Guide.