Use OneSearch to search across all library resources. Narrow your results to articles by using the options in the "Refine my Results" bar on the left.
In the "Format" section, select "Articles" (this option will give you magazine, newspaper, and peer-reviewed journal articles) or "Newspaper Articles" (this option will give you only newspaper articles). For more information on the difference between these types of articles, see our Scholarly vs. Popular Sources guide.
Peer-reviewed or refereed journal articles are available from scholarly journals in print and online. The Library has many online databases that index medical and nursing journals.
We also have a small selection of print nursing journals in the Library. This method is best for finding a specific citation that is not available online, or for browsing journals.
Be sure to consult the "Databases by Subject" list to find which databases will be best for you.
Academic or scholarly journal articles are made distinct from popular sources in all of our databases by grouping them separately or indicating them with an icon, such as :
Further refinement for peer-reviewed scholarly journals can be done during an initial search or by modifying search results.
or from the right-hand column of the results page:
Or, you can go to the Refine Results column on the left-hand side of the page and choose only peer-reviewed articles: