The MSU Libraries Health Sciences Digital Library is your portal to the vast amount of health information available at the MSU Libraries.
Abe Wheeler, Public Health Librarian
Start with PubMed anytime you need to locate an article.
Use the databases listed below to find citations (and sometimes, electronic full text) of journal articles. If you have any questions, or are hitting a wall with your research, please get in touch with me right away!
· Hot to get an article you found in pubmed (Video tutorial)
The major database for psychology research articles and a great resource for mental health topics and health seeking behaviors.
When in doubt, contact me directly! My contact info is on the far right side of the page.
Begin at the Health Sciences Digital Library http://www.lib.msu.edu/health
In the middle of the page under "Quick Links"
find A-Z E-Journal List
On the next page in the middle of the screen under "Find e-journals by title or ISSN"
Enter the title of the journal or ISSN if known.
Hit the "search" button
If there are multiple entries for your journal match the one that covers the correct date range of your citation.
Here is an example of an electronic journal citation:
American journal of public health (1971) (0090-0036)
from 01/01/1971 to present in HighWire Press
Cant find it in the A-Z E Journal list?
If your journal does not show up here, check the library catalog. You will need to do a "Journal/Periodical Title" search for that periodical in the library catalog.
The results will begin to tell you whether or not the library subscribes to the journal and has the issue that you need, in a print or digital format.