Use the catalog to find electronic or print journals
To find out if the library owns a journal go to the Catalog (UNC-CH Libraries).
Type the full name of the journal (not the abbreviation) in the text box. Use the PubMed Journals Database to translate the journal title abbreviation into the journal title.
Your search will be more efficient if you change the dropdown box to "in Journal Title." Then click the Search button.
The image below displays catalog search results. The first result, #1 Public Health [electronic resource], provides access to the electronic journal. Clicking the link labeled "Full text available via the UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries" takes you to a page that tells you which years are available electronically through the library. Click the link that includes the year you need. If you are off campus, you will be prompted for your Onyen and password.
The second record, #2 Public Health [serial], gives you information about what is available in print. Clicking on the journal title, Public Health, opens a page with more information. Click +Expand to see the full list of volumes available.
HSL print journals are arranged alphabetically by journal title.
- Unbound current journals are on the 4th floor in front of the elevators.
- 1990 - present bound journals are on the 4th floor.
- Pre-1990 bound journals are in the basement.
Find an Electronic Journal
To find an electronic journal go, the the Health Sciences Library home page (www.hsl.unc.edu) and click on the Electronic Journals tab on the search widget in the center of the page.
Type the full name of the journal in the search box. After you click the Search button you will see a page that tells you which years are available through the library. If you are off campus you will be promted for your Onyen and password.