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Answered By: Iris Carroll
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2016     Views: 102

Without knowing more about what you need to find, I'll give you a broad search to get you started. If you need more help, just let us know. 

Go to our library's home page.

Click the Articles & Databases link.

Click EBSCO Databases in the alphabetical listings "E." Here you can search for a variety of articles on many topics.

Type informed consent in the search box and press ENTER

Now refine your results in the left column by checking the "Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals' box; click Update.

You now have 8884 peer-reviewed journal articles that contain keywords informed consent.

To narrow further, scroll down the page until you see, in the left frame, a "Subject" heading. Click it, then the "Show more" link; check whichever subjects are appropriate, then update. Now the articles you see should not just contain the keywords informed consent, but they should actually be about informed consent or whichever other subject terms you checked. 

I hope this helps.


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