The Public Health Digital Library’s Citation Matcher tool can be used to search for single journal articles when you know an article exists and you have parts of the citation. Users can search by article title, author, PMID, DOI or journal title, volume and issue number.
Start your search for an article using:
View the results:
The Citation Matcher can be accessed by clicking the link at the top of the PHDL page:
Or by scrolling down the bottom of the PHDL page.
Here are some examples of article title searches using the title box and their results:
As the article is not part of the PHDL collection, the citation was pre-filled as a Document Delivery request ready for sending to our Partner Library.
2. Reincarceration Risk Among Men with Mental Illnesses Leaving Prison
We pasted the article title in the Title Box. Options for articles with exact and approximate title are in a pull down menu where the article can be selected.
This article’s journal is part of the PHDL collection so selecting the article takes us to the vendor-publisher’s website where the full-text version of the article is displayed.
Users can continue using PubMed for subject or topic searching when you want to find one or more articles on an area of research.