EBSCO Databases: Click on "Choose Databases" to mark up more than one database to search simultaneously. e.g. you can search SPORTDiscus, MEDLINE, PsycINFO, etc. in the one search.
database is an internet version of Medline produced by the National Library of Medicine in the United States.
Open access articles are freely available in PubMed. To ensure that you also have access to journal articles available on subscription through ECU Library, link to PubMed via the Library.
Do not use Internet Explorer to access PubMed. Choose another browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
PubMed search results will then also include a FindIt link to locate full text articles available via ECU.
What's the Difference Between MEDLINE and PubMed? Fact Sheet explains the additional features of PubMed.
Using PubMed MeSH thesaurus subject terms. NLM YouTube video 2013 "Use MeSH to Build a Better PubMed Query":
1. Find Synonyms (alternative keywords):
2. Use Truncation (putting * at the end of a word stem):
4. AND (joins concepts and narrows the search)
5. "...." (inverted commas) use for a phrase
6. "...." (inverted commas)