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RADR 2217-6A1 Radiographic Pathology Research Paper

Find sources for the required reference list


CINAHL(Citation Index for Nursing and Allied Health Literature) is considered the gold standard database for nursing and allied health professions. The other major databases for peer-reviewed articles are: Health Source and Medline.

To find these databases from the the library home page, choose the Database List  tab and click on the corresponding letter: 

  • C for CINAHL
  • H for Health Source 
  • M for Medline


If you know the name of the journal you want to find articles in, choose the  Journals  tab to see if we have the journal available online in full-text::

Finding Articles From A Citation

Finding an article is easy when you have the citation!

Sample Citation:

Oliver, S; Hill, J.  Arthritis in the Older Person: Part 2.  Nursing Older People. 2005 July; 17(5): 23-8, 30.

Look for the title of the journal the article comes from (italicized in the above citation).  In this example, the article comes from the journal Nursing Older People.

Once you have this information, go to our library catalog and click on the "journals" tab.  Type the name of the journal into the search box to see if the journal is available in full text at our library.

Don't Forget: If we don't have the item you need, you can request it through interlibrary loan.

Finding Journal Articles in Databases