Citation Finders are useful tools that allow you to locate individual journal articles based upon the information contained within its citation. These tools let you search for one or more of the following basic bibliographic elements to find a specific article:
- Author name
- Title words
- Journal name
- Year or Date of publication
- Volume, Issue, or Page #
Search Databases for Articles
Databases are used to locate journal articles, book chapters, newspaper articles etc. The OHSU Library may not own or have access to everything found in a database.
When searching in a database, to determine what journals or books OHSU owns, use the "Find it at OHSU library" button.
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OHSU Library links to over 170 databases which include citations to journal articles and other resources.
The library offers a variety of classes, including classes on searching databases such as CINAHL, Ovid, and PubMed, finding evidence-based medicine, effectively using Google, and more.
To access the various tutorials for the databases the library provides, please check the tutorials page.
Help specific to searching databases is available in the link on the left. You can also explore the "help" links for each database to get information on database-specific features.