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Library Resource Guide for Clinical Researchers

Access Articles through Your Library

On the Library's homepage the second tab that appears in the middle of the screen is the tab. Use the search bar located on this tab to find a known resource using a DOI or PMID. DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier, and can be likened to a URL or webpage for an article. PMID stands for PubMed Identifier, and is a number assigned to articles in PubMed by librarians.

screenshot of health sciences library homepage with tab open


screenshot of e-journal finder screen

  1. Search bar. Can search for a known journal title or browse a topic
  2. Filters and limiters. They work in the E-Journal Finder like they do in other databases, and there are many more that are not pictured.
  3. When you are searching for journals, you’ll notice that sometimes there are many links that allow access to that journal. These links have different years of coverage, so that’s what you’ll want to look for when trying to access journals.
    • For example, the box in the photo encompasses our holdings for The Journal of Anatomy. We have it available through all these links, but each link has a different year coverage.
    • The “Full Text Delay” means that the full text is unavailable for the specified years. So we have this  journal available through Free Medical Journals, but we do not have access to the full text of the most recent two years of publications

BrowZine is an app available on desktop and mobile devices that you can use to easily find, read, and monitor thousands of scholarly journals available from UTHSC Library Subscriptions, or through Open Access publishers, covering all disciplines. This app has many features that benefit clinicians, researchers, and students at our institution. Features include:

  • Browse titles by subject to easily find journals of interest
  • View table of contents of current and past journals
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite journals
  • Save articles to EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, RefWorks, Dropbox, and other services

You may find the user tutorial from BrowZine below to get started.