Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

PHSC 150: Evidence-Based Public Health

From formulating research and analyzing data to developing programs and converting evidence into action.

Databases

Top Databases for Winter 2020 Topics

Other Databases That May Be Useful

How to Get Articles

How to Get Articles 

Once you find articles that interest you, you can mark them and email the citations/abstracts to yourself.

To obtain the full article, click the “Find It @ SCU”  or “Link” button. A new window opens to provide available choices in this order:

1. Links to full-text if we have journal online

2. Link to OSCAR (catalog) record if we have journal only in print (this is extremely rare in the sciences--most journals are electronic!)

3. Link to Interlibrary Loan if we do not have journal. Log into your account, the form will auto-fill, submit, and the article pdf will be emailed to you in a few days. (If you don't have an Interlibrary Loan account, there are options to create your account.)

You can also search for article titles in Google Scholar (Google > "More" tab, upper left  >  Google Scholar). If you are on-campus, look for the  “Find It @ SCU”link.