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Full-text Articles via Find @ UNC: Find @ UNC in PubMed

Find @ UNC in PubMed

Always connect to PubMed from UNC-CH Library pages so you will see the Find @ UNC button.

Find @ UNC button

When you retrieve more than one article, the Find @ UNC button does not appear in PubMed's default display.

To see more information about an individual article:

  • Click on the article title link.

PubMed Basic Search Example

  • The Find @ UNC button is in the upper right-side of the screen when you view an individual article's abstract.

Find @ UNC Individual Article

To see more information about all the articles

  • Change the Display Settings to Abstract for all the articles in the results set. Click on the Display Settings link, select Abstract, and then click on the Apply button.

PubMed Display Settings Options

  • The Find @ UNC button will be at the bottom of each abstract.

PubMed Article Record in Abstract Dispaly

Use the Find @ UNC button to go to the online article. When you are off-campus you will be prompted to enter your Onyen / Password the first time you go to a full-text article.

When the article is not online via Find @ UNC, a page with other ways to get the article is displayed.

It is always worth trying a quick Google search to see if the article is freely available. Find @ UNC is not able to point to all of those and we are consistently surprised  by what we find freely available online.

Find @ UNC

Click on the Find @ UNC button button in database results to:

 

Access Information

On Campus Access: Electronic resources are accessible on-campus. Faculty, students and staff must register personal laptops and mobile devices with UNC Chapel Hill ITS.

UNC Hospitals Access: Always use links from Library websites. Onyen log-in is required when you select the first resource. Note: UpToDate is available within EPIC.

Off Campus Access: Always use links from Library websites. Onyen log-in is required when you select the first resource. Most electronic resources are accessible off-campus to students, faculty, and staff, including UNC Hospitals' staff.

Learn about off-campus access IDs.

Report an off-campus access or hospital access problem.

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