These databases are a good starting point for locating journal articles on many "One Health" topics.
Go to the Library web page, select the Articles tab, enter your topic in the search box and GO!
►Use quotation marks to search by phrases, including scientific names.
►Refine search results by checking peer reviewed -- add other limits such as year or languge.
►Sort by date, author, title, or relevance.
►Articles available electronically will usually (but not always!) have a View Now button.
►Click on the article title to see more detail, including a summary or abstract and print/cite/email options.
►Use the Request Item Through Interlibrary Loan button to get articles that are not part of Memorial Library's collection.
Remember, the article search is very broad - if the search results seem overwhelming, limit or narrow your search, or try a database limited to a particular discipline (see the list below).