21 Oct 2021
Author : Loyd Auerbach
Knowledge & Research Consultant Tip: Searching Scientific and Medical Journals on Lexis® and Lexis+®
The Lexis and Lexis+ services provide a Scientific Materials content type, which is composed of a set of Elsevier® Science journals and publications in full text, as well as abstracts from medical journals dating back to 1966 from the National Library of Medicine’s MEDLINE®.
You will also find full-text journals and publications from the social and physical sciences as well as the health and medical fields available in the News content. The ASAPII Database, in News content, contains a large number of journals, magazines and other publications in the aforementioned fields, as well as additional humanities and other subject matter material.
Users can select ASAPII or a specific publication when searching in News content, or filter by this source when viewing results.
To limit to a specific ASAPII journal title, use the Search Within Results filter and the publication segment. For example: publication(Journal of Health & Biomedical Law) for the specific journal; publication(health or medical or medicine) to limit to all journals/publications with one or more of those terms in the name of the publication.