Do all Journal articles from a database have a DOI number? I cannot find it on the article I wish to use. Any way you could take a look at the articl
Riley, J. B. (2003). Holistic self care: Strategies for initiating a personal assessment. AAOHN Journal, 51(10): 439-447.
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No, all journal articles do not have DOI numbers. The more current the article, the more likely it is to have a DOI number.
I checked your article in CINAHL and did not see a DOI (it should be fairly easy to find - it it isn't, it probably doesn't exist).
APA has a back-up plan for articles without DOIs, and that is to add the URL of the journal's homepage. To find the url, do a Google search for AAOHN Journal - the homepage will be the first result returned (from a publishing company called Slack).
Here is a link for an example of how you should create your citation -
Otherwise the parts you have look good - just double check the example for some basic formatting issues, like italicizing the journal title & volume number, and the spacing and indenting of the citation.
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