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NUR 2475

Professional Nursing Leadership, Management and Transition to Practice

General Databases

Subject-Specific Databases


CSM's E-Journal Finder is a great tool for finding specific journals OR for browsing by subject.

American Poetry Review journal listing in CSM's E-Journal Finder

Under each journal, use the entries for a direct link to the journal in that database. The date range is especially useful if you are looking for a specific article (where you know the publication date) or need articles that were published in a certain time frame ("last 5 years", "before 1975", etc.).

Other Nursing Journals

For these outside resources, use the nursing journal websites as a search tool. Once you find an article of interest, find the full text using:

  1. E-Journal Portal - search for the journal title to see if we have full text access to the journal in any of our library databases
  2. Google Scholar - copy/paste the citation and see if (free/open access) full text is available anywhere online
  3. Request via Interlibrary Loan (ILL) - Choose “request an article”, then fill in as much information about the article as you can. Once you submit your request, we will reach out to other libraries that may have that journal and request a copy of the article you are looking for. This is a free service for students! However, it may take a while (several weeks for books, but usually less time for articles) for us to receive the article so it’s best to request as soon as possible. 

Finding Full Text

Hitting a paywall? Don't buy articles!

If you find an article online but can’t access the full text, you can check to the E-Journal Finder to see if it is available through the library databases, search in Google Scholar, or request a copy of the article through Interlibrary Loan.