Answered By: Lynn VanLeer
Last Updated: Jul 13, 2016     Views: 2812

You can find integrative review articles by doing a database search for integrative review in the abstract field.

 

Here is an example of how to find an integrative review in the CINAHL Plus with Full Text database:

Note: Integrative reviews are not very common in the medical literature, so you may not find one on your exact topic. If your searches bring back no results, try broadening your topic.

1.  On the Library homepage, click on the blue Articles by Topic button.

Screenshot: Link to the Articles by Topic page

2.  Click on the Nursing link in the Select a Subject box. This will take you to the Nursing Research guide. 

3.  Scroll down until you see the Nursing & Health Databases box and click on the CINAHL Plus with Full Text link. You may need to log in with your myWalden user name and password, if you have not done so already.

4.  Set up your search:

First search box:  

      integrative review

To the right of that, click on the Select a field (optional) drop-down menu and change it to AB Abstract.

Enter your topic in the second search box. For example:

obesity

 Screenshot

 

5.  Click the Search button to run your search.

6.  Verify that the article actually is an integrative review by reviewing the abstract.

 

You can follow these same steps in the PsycINFO database to find integrative reviews in the psychology field.

 

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