Answered By: Todd White Last Updated: Jun 15, 2015 Views: 95
Yes. You have several different options to find the article.
a). If you have the citation for the article you can use our Journals, A to Z list located on our articles page: http://libguides.css.edu/c.php?g=545&p=2081
The A to Z tracks our print holdings and our electronic holdings. Search by journal title. If the title is available with full-text, you can then follow a chronological menu to locate the article.
If you can't find the journal in the A to Z list, then you can request a copy, at no charge, using our InterLibrary Loan system - http://libguides.css.edu/InterLibraryLoan
b). You could also use SOLAR, located on the Library Homepage. When you access SOLAR choose a title search. This time search by the title of the article. If the article is available, a .pdf will be included with the citation. If not, you will see a link for an ILL request. Follow the link and the form will be automatically filled in for you. We need approx. 72 hours to deliver an article your CSS email.
In the future you might want to consider searching MedLine with Full-Text as opposed to PubMed. You will have essentially the same coverage of the journal literature, but MedLine is built into the library system, allowing you immediate full-text access to our collection or the easy to use ILL link for titles we don't own.
MedLine with Full-Text is available on our health sciences database menu at: http://libguides.css.edu/content.php?pid=167270&sid=1409528
Good luck with your studies.