Answered By: Lisa Rose-Wiles
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2014     Views: 13

Hi Eileen.

I'm not sure why you are having trouble accessing the article - I just brought it up full text no problem.  Are you going into JAMA through the library e-journals page (under "articles and journals")?  After you type "JAMA" into the search box, you should see this:

JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association

ISSN: 0098-7484 Online ISSN: 1538-3598
Publisher: American Medical Association
follow the link (American Medical Association) and you will be in JAMA - note that if you are working off campus, you will be prompted for your PirateNet ID and password.   Then just find your article either by choosing 2011, May (4) and scrolling down to your article, or use the search box to search by author and title.  You will see:

From there, just click on the PDF or full text and it should open up.

In terms of "reserving" this - we cannot put articles that are available through our subscribed databases on course reserve (see course reserves policy)  You can put a link to JAMA in Blackboard - see below, but it will only work on campus. The  best way is to make sure that students know how to access articles from the library web pages

Comments (1)

  1. Eileen, see if the following link works off campus - it should prompt you to log in:
    by Lisa Rose-Wiles on Jan 12, 2012.

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