A database is a collection of information organized to provide efficient retrieval. The collected information could be in any number of formats (electronic, printed, graphic, audio, statistical, combinations).
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Either of these will take you to the full article:
Search for a specific journal using our Journal page!
After you locate an article in a database, use the button to see if one of the library's other databases has the article in full text.
Still can't find the full text? Our interlibrary loan services will find the full text for you!
Connect Google Scholar and the MCPHS Libraries to get to the full-text articles you find. Don't skip or pay for articles - check the Library first!
Set Up Google Scholar & MCPHS Libraries:
Next time you're searching, look for the MCPHS - Get Full Text (MCPHS). link next to each search result.
Don't see it? Click on more underneath the result.