Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 445
From the library home page, (link below), in the box labeled: Go Straight to the Good Stuff, click on click the link 'access our entire database'. This will take you to our databases list. (link below)
For this question, I would begin on the Nursing page, although Science or even Education may include databases that would be helpful.
In the All EBSCO Nursing databases, search "autism treatment" To the left of the screen, select Limit to: Full Text and Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals.
I would suggest limiting also by year to get only the more recent articles.
There are additional limits, particularly by Subject: Thesaurus Term and Subject: Major Heading. You can use some of those subjects listed to narrow your search to get articles more on topic.
We have other databases that may be of use to you, so after searching this database, go back to the Nursing page, or to the broader databases page. Many of the databases use search engines similar to EBSCO. You do want to be sure you specify that the articles you need must be full text and must be Scholarly / Peer reviewed.
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