Answered By: Todd White Last Updated: Jan 19, 2018 Views: 39
Passwords for CINAHL & other Ebsco databases are created and controlled by the user, and we here in the Library have no control over them.
If you go back in to CINAHL, and click on the sign in screen for the folder, there is a link to reset your password. This would be your best bet - it is dependent on you remembering your username. They also have an option if you have forgotten both your username and your password.
Once you have reset your Ebsco password you should then be able to access your folder and save your search.