Always start at the library home page. There are two ways to begin your search: Either use the Research drop-down box or the red search box.
1a) Using the drop-down box: Click on Research, then e-Journals.
OR - 1b) You can also use the red search box Primo. To do so, type the journal name into the middle box and hit the search icon. There's no need to change the drop-down boxes.
2) Either way, you should now see the following along the top bar. Click “Journal Finder”
3) Type in the title of your journal (or ISSN, keyword, etc.) and click the search icon. (Note: as you type, Primo will start to offer title suggestions; you can click on one of those if you prefer)
4) You will get a number of potentially appropriate options. Choose the one that you want and click on the title
5) This brings you to a page with a lot of information about that journal. To get to the journal contents (ie full text articles online), look for “Full Text Availability.” Click on the publisher’s name (in this case, Elsevier ClinicalKey Journals). Note: we often have access to a journal through more than one publisher, and sometimes the one with the best access is not listed on top. If you notice that the top listing says something like “access 1946 – most recent year not available” but the second publisher has no such restriction, click on the second publisher.
You should now be at the publisher’s website and can read the journal articles.