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Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)

About: Journals

Like newspapers, journals are a form of publication released in serial, or volumes and issues. The articles in academic - or "scholarly" - journals are authored by credible subject experts and often peer reviewed for accuracy before being published.

Use the Journals tab on the Library homepage to search by title / subject, or browse the alphabetical listing. Each journal record includes link(s) to access the journal online or the physical location and Call Number if available in print.

Find the Latest in Your Medical Field With JAMA

Link to UT Dallas's Journal of the American Medical Association collection

UT Dallas students and faculty have access to assorted titles in the Journal of the American Medical Association collection:

JAMA (main)
JAMA Internal Medicine
JAMA Neurology
JAMA Opthalmology
JAMA Otolaryngology
JAMA Pediatrics
JAMA Psychiatry

Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

Journal Citation Reports logo and link

Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a great tool to easily assess which academic journals have the highest impact factor and are cited most often in a given subject. To learn how to use this resource, visit our guide, Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Using Web of Science.

Try Scimago for similar information about academic journals in non-scientific fields.

Can't find it? Contact ILL!

Books and articles not found in UTD Library collections can be requested at no charge through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Delivery time: Books/Media: 5-10 business days; Article/Chapter PDF: 1-2 days.