UpToDate® is an evidence-based clinical decision support system authored by physicians to help clinicians make the right decisions at the point of care. With a robust editorial team of world-renowned physician authors, editors and peer reviewers, the most current medical information is synthesized into trusted, evidence-based recommendations that are proven to improve patient care and quality. Key features include: Links to Full-Text articles, Medical Calculators, Graphic Searches, and Drugs and Drug interaction information.
Try Ingenta Connect. Use the search by pull down button to find "all accessible articles" or under advanced search select "all free." If you are off campus, though, and the full text to an article that you are interested in is not freely available, save the citation information and find the article in WorldCat Discovery--and/or look for the journal title in E-Journals & Periodicals, etc.
Note about searching databases that the library does not subscribe to. Databases that the library does not subscribe to will often index the very same journals that the library does subscribe to and of course others that the library doesn't.
Either way, you may find yourself on a site like Wiley or Science Direct after searching PubMed, Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar or Ingenta Connect and discovering free or open access content there.
If you are on campus, you will be able to continue your search and be able to access free or open access articles there, plus what the library subscribes to. If you are off campus, though, you will need to use the links that the library provides for sites like Wiley, Science Direct, and other similar databases listed on this page in order to be able to retrieve articles that we have a subscription for.
Find Nursing journals and/or verify Cressman Library holdings, whether online or in print.
What about CINAHL?
Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) indexes and abstracts articles from nursing, biomedical, and consumer health journals, as well as publications of the American Nurses Association and the National League for Nursing. CINAHL uses its own thesaurus terms, but they are related to MeSH headings.