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School of Nursing - EBP

Connect to Articles While Searching Library Databases (CINAHL, Medline, etc.)

Find It@UTMB icons appear in the search results of all Library databases. This icon helps connect you to electronic articles subscribed to by the Library. 

After you click on Find It@UTMB, the article may open automatically. If it does not, you will get a window with a Request It option. Use your UTMB username and password to log in.

  • "Request It" = allows you to request articles the Library does not own or to request scanned copies from the Library's print collection

NoteAlways connect to databases (CINAHL, Medline, PubMed, etc.) from the Library's home page to ensure that the Find It@UTMB button is available.

Connect to Articles from a Known Reference

If you have an article citation in hand, there are two ways you can check to see if the Library has access to the article you need:

Search Everything

  1. Type the article title in the Search Everything search box on the Library's home page.
  2. Find the needed article on the results page, and click on the article title OR Available Online to see if the Library has access to the article.

PubMed Single Citation Matcher

  1. Fill out the Single Citation Matcher form with the known information. (Note: Not all fields need to be filled in; you can put as little information as necessary to find the article you need.)
  2. Find the needed article on the results page and click on it.
  3. Click on the Find It@UTMB icon to see if the Library has access to the article.

Journal Title Browse

  1. Connect to the Library's home page.
  2. Click on the Search Journals tab.
  3. Type the journal title in the search box.
  4. In the results, click on the link to connect to the journal.
    Note: Library Building indicates the print copy on the shelf in the Library
  5. Once connected to the journal, look for navigation to browse to the correct year/volume, issue, and page number of the desired reference.

Note: If the Library does not have the article you need, request it via Request It.