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Answered By: Jeremy Cullis
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2017     Views: 251

If you have a reference to a journal article and want to find out if the library has the full text of the article, you can put the title of the article in quotation marks, and search for it in CrossSearch, the search box on our homepage. Using the example below, you would enter "The need for a regulatory response to diagnosis fraud in mesothelioma cases"

If you don't find it there, try the library catalogue to see if we hold the journal that the article appears in.

 

Look at your article reference and work out the title of the journal, the volume, year and pages of the article.

 

Example Citation:
Price R. The need for a regulatory response to diagnosis fraud in mesothelioma cases. Journal of law and medicine 2011;19(1):196-200.

 

 

From the citation you should be able to identify Journal of Law and Medicine as the name of the journal (the journal title may or may not appear in italics, depending on the citation).

 

Go to the Library home page and click on the Catalogue link under the CrossSearch. Select Journal Title from the drop down search list. Enter the name of the journal ie. Journal of Law and Medicine and click Search.

 

If the library holds the journal you may see one or more catalogue records. Check each of the library catalogue records to see what years are available. If it is available online click on the electronic access link that includes the year of your citation.

 

If it is available in print check the Location and the "Library Has" information to see if we hold the volume and issue you are after.