To help you browse applicable journals, we've gathered lists of selected titles for your specific program/specialization. As these are NOT complete lists of all of the journals on these topics, you may not find the specific title you're looking for. To find a specific journal, you can search the DML Journal Finder (see to the right).
To research a topic, it is recommended that you look beyond a single journal and use a database, such as CINAHL or MEDLINE (links can be found on our homepage). For more information on searching, you can look at the Performing Research in the Health Sciences research guide.
Finding full text:
Once you start finding citations for articles of interest, use DML's Finding Full Text Articles research guide to locate or request full text.
Looking for a particular journal? Want to see if the library has a subscription? Trying to find an article from a citation? Look no further! Use the library's Journal Finder resource.
If you're unable to immediately find the source you need, take a look at the appropriate help guides listed below and follow the step by step instructions. As always, if you're still struggling, feel free to contact a librarian.
Real Simple Syndication (RSS) is a protocol allowing users to subscribe to online content (journal table of contents, online newspaper, or a specific database search) using a "reader". The RSS Feed will automatically retrieve updates, saving time and effort.
You can find out more using the link below: