Don't use the 'text availability' filters to limit search results to articles by availability as these filters don't identify articles available through the Library’s subscriptions. To find out if an article is available, click the title in the search result and then if you see a publisher's logo displayed under the 'full text' heading (top right corner), click the logo. Usually, this will take you to the content. However, if the full article/document is unavailable via PubMed, please follow these steps:
1. Search the Library Catalogue for the article title. If this fails to retrieve a result, search instead for the journal title in which the article was published. Catalogue records of journals include details of which year/volume/issues we provide. You may find that we provide a print copy of the journal in the library.
2. If the document is still unavailable: if you're signed in to the Library Catalogue, you'll see a link inviting you to request a scan of the document from another library. Click this link to complete a request form. There's a good chance that you'll then receive the scan, either the same day or within two working days: further information about the Inter-Library Loan service.