Have you ever found a citation in PubMed, but you weren't sure if you had access to the full text of the article through the library?
You can use the Citation Linker in the eJournals database to find out for sure.
From the PubMed results page, find the PMID of the citation you want to check
Copy the PMID and access the Citation Linker by clicking eJournals from the Library home page.
Click Go. You should be able to see whether or not the article is available to you online. If it isn't, try Interlibrary Loan. You can use the PMID to identify the article you want when you request the article through Interlibrary Loan.
Many of the journals to which we subscribe are available online.
Use the eJournals link to access our eJournals database. From here, you can search for a journal by title or by category. Click the symbol to find information about the journal, including what issues are available to you online.
You can also access online journals through the library catalog. Search for a journal or an article, click the View Resource link, and follow the instructions on the screen.
Remember that you will need to use Remote Access to access the full text of articles if you are not on campus.