The quickest way to find articles on a specific topic is by searching a relevant database.
The University Library subscribes to hundreds of databases, but we recommend the ones listed below as a starting point for students and researchers.
Some provide only citations for articles, so look for Article Link to connect you to the fulltext, or try one of the methods described in the column on the right to access a copy.
If you need to bulk export records from a database, check these steps first.
These are just some key databases relevant to searching for medical information:
These tutorials are designed to provide a basic introduction to searching the databases.
If you already have a citation for the article that you are looking for,
e.g: Wood, S. J., Pantelis, C., Proffitt, T., Phillips, L. J., Stuart, G. W., Buchanan, J. A., ... & McGorry, P. D. (2003). Spatial working memory ability is a marker of risk-for-psychosis. Psychological medicine, 33(7), 1239-1247.
There are 3 easy ways to find a copy. These are listed below.
There are two options for finding articles using Library Search | Ketu [Remember to sign in]
1. To find an article from a citation. Search for the "Title of the article" (within quotation marks)
2. To find the Journal:
Article Link connects article databases to the Library's e-journal collections. It tells you whether (and where) the full-text of an article is available.
You may see Article Link represented as: or Article Link.