Do you need to find a required article in a specific journal? The Find a Journal Title tool can help you. You can link to the Find a Journal Title tool from this LibGuide (see the link below) or you can find it on the library's home page.
The British Medical Journal is an international peer reviewed medical journal and is an excellent source for articles on evidence based practice.
The website is updated daily with the BMJ’s latest original research, education, news, and comment articles, as well as podcasts, videos, and blogs.
The BMJ provides open access to their peer reviewed research articles.
ProQuest is another comprehensive research database. To limit your search to full text articles or to scholarly journals, select the Advanced Search tab that is across the top of the search screen. Select the full text option or the scholarly journal option. Just as with EBSCOHost, you may print out the article, e-mail to yourself or save it to your computer hard drive or flash drive.
How do you tell the difference between a popular magazine and a scholarly journal? Watch this youtube video produced by the Vanderbilt University Library.
The library's top online databases for nursing are EBSCOHost, ProQuest, and OvidSP. Learn more about each one in this libguide.
EBSCOHost is a collection of 20 different research databases with full text of over 10,000 publications.
For finding articles on epidemiology topics the following EBSCO databases will be useful:
Watch the video about searching for articles in EBSCOHost.