The research article I found is not in full-text in CINAHL. How can I find it?


Most articles in the CINAHL Complete database are available in full text and feature a PDF icon to open the article. In cases where CINAHL does not have copyright permission from the publisher to display full text, you will see an option to “Check for Full Text Availability.” This link searches other PNW subscription databases (such as Journals@Ovid and Elsevier Science Direct) for the full article.  If full text is found you will see a message to link you to the database where the article is available to view, save, or print.

If no PNW database has access to the full text of the article, it might be helpful to search for the article in Google Scholar. Another option for obtaining the full text is to submit a request through Interlibrary Loan at

  • Last Updated May 03, 2017
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  • Answered By Marcia Keith

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