Highland physicians and staff who are URMC affiliates can use their URMC Active Directory account (URMC network and e-mail login) to access electronic journals and databases from Miner Library's home page when off site. University of Rochester students have access through their Blackboard accounts.
PubMed’s Single Citation Matcher can help you find the complete citation. If you use PubMed@UR, it will also link you to the full-text article, when available. Look for the link to Single Citation Matcher under "PubMed Tools" at the bottom of the PubMed homepage. If you can’t find the citation, Ask A Librarian.
Use Find Text@UR:
After you complete a search, browse through the citations. Click on the red button that says FIND@UR or FINDTEXT@UR.
A new window will open. (TIP: This window will only appear if you have allowed pop-ups on your browser. Disable the pop-up blocker to see it.)
In most cases you will link directly to the full-text article. For best printing results, look for a PDF link. (TIP: To print a PDF, always use the printer icon on the PDF toolbar. In the Ovid databases, if the article is not in PDF format, click on the Ovid PRINT PREVIEW link to print the graphics at full size. Use your browser's print command to print.)
If the article is not available online, you will find other options for getting the article in the new window. You can look for a print version of the journal by searching the Voyager catalog. Try clicking on both ISSN and TITLE to do a thorough search.
If you do not find the journal in Voyager and want to order the article through ILLiad, click on Request through Interlibrary Loan - Miner Library.
Use the following search tools to help you find articles when you have a topic in mind, but don’t know specific titles of articles. There are tricks to searching each of the resources and the screen for each resource is different. For help with searching:
- Fill out the online Literature Search Request Form to have your search conducted by Medical Center Library staff (available to UR students, faculty, and staff at no charge); or
- Sign up for a Miner Library class.
Ovid MEDLINE®. World’s largest biomedical database. Use it to find articles in all fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, hospital administration. Sign up for a class or contact any librarian.
PubMed@UR. Free version of Medline from the National Library of Medicine. Customized to include links to electronic journals subscribed to by University of Rochester libraries. Use it to find articles in all fields of medicine, dentistry, nursing, hospital administration. Follow this link to tutorials on how to search PubMed, or contact Donna Berryman , who teaches the Miner PubMed class.
CINAHL. Use it to find articles in the nursing and allied health fields. Allied health includes physical and occupational therapy, radiologic technology, emergency service, health education, etc. Sign up for a class or contact Daniel Trout,
PsycINFO (Ovid). Use it to find articles in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.
Cochrane Library. Includes these databases: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, DARE(Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects), Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials , Health Technology Assessment, Cochrane Methodology Register, and the NHS Evaluation Database.