Many databases contain the entire text (full text) of articles. If you see HTML Full Text or PDF Full Text or Find this article in full text ... or Access Full-Text Article, click the link to go to the full-text of your article. Look for options to print, email or save (download) the full-text article.
If you click either of these links:
Main results page
Click the 'OvidSP & Athens' button to access the article
If you are unable to access an article using the Ovid link (see below), try the other link:
You can access the full-text by clicking on the article's title:
If you copy and save the URL to an article from the browser address bar you may have problems accessing the article again later. Many databases provide a permanent URL (also known as a persistent link, bookmarkable URL, or PURL) which you should use to link to an article.
When you are viewing a detailed record in your results list or a full-text article in CINAHL Complete you will see a "Tools" menu on the right side of the screen; click on Permalink (chain-link icon) and a small popup box will appear with the link you should use.
When you are viewing an article from Gastroenterology Nursing you will see a "Tools" menu on the right side of the screen; click on the Email PDF Jumpstart and a small popup box will appear with a "Jumpstart URL" which you should use.
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