Answered By: Rebecca Bayrer
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2018     Views: 123

If your PubMed search retrieves articles that are not available in full-text (i.e., don’t have a blue Clinical Library icon or a “free full-text” icon in the abstract view), you can easily order copies directly through PubMed by following these steps:

1. Put a check mark next to the citation(s) of interest
2. Click on the “Send To” drop-down menu and select the ”e-mail” option
3. Enter in the e-mail box
4. Enter your name and e-mail address in the “Subject Field"
5. Leave the default data in the other boxes and click the “Email” button

For more information, please review the kpLibraries Handout on Requesting Articles through PubMed, and check out the kpLibraries Tutorial on Accessing Full-Text Articles.

You can also copy the citations and submit a request through Ask a Librarian, as well as call or send an email to your local librarian.

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