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How do I find an EBSCO article I found before for Nursing, and how do I get a graph from it?

Last Updated: May 16, 2013  |  16 Views

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To find an EBSCO article you had previously accessed for a Nursing topic, first go to the Databases by Subject link below. Click on the Nursing tab.

Once there, select the link EBSCO: All Health, Nursing & Medical Databases. Once you're in EBSCO, search for the tilte of your article. You can search the title field only by typing the following: ti: Your Title.

Once you see the article you are looking for in the result list, you'll also see thumb nails of the images. Click the title link to get into the detailed record, then select the thumb nail for the graph you want. Right click on your mouse and select Copy Image. Go to your document or Power Point and paste.

You can also get the citation from the image when you select the thumb nail. Follow the link and select your style, probably APA for Nursing.

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