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Tips for sourcing full-text online articles

15 Sep 2023 14:50 | Erik Fausak (Administrator)

If you use citation management software, it can search online for full-text articles (including free copies) for you

Published September 15, 2023 at

Members of the Evidence-Based Veterinary Medical Association (EBVMA),, have exclusive online access to the VetLexicon point of care reference and CABI VetMedResource, the most comprehensive veterinary database in the world.

Practicing evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) requires finding published evidence. Fortunately, there are some solid techniques that can help you find many full-text articles even when you are not affiliated with an institution.

There is not one, central place to look for all relevant information in veterinary medicine, so what you should look for is a guide where to look.

Read the full article here.  Written by EBVMA members, L.M. Rey, MSLS, and Heather K. Moberly, MSLS, AHIP(D), FHEA, PgCert (Vet Ed) 

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