Let's say you've run a search in PubMed. You've found some key articles relating to your research, but you're left wondering what else is out there on your topic.
You may have not thought of this before, but non-medical publications could provide you with a different scope on your topic. For example, you might want to find what's been published in key newspapers, such as the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times or industry magazines.
That's where Academic Search Complete database can come in handy. It searches:
- Multidisciplinary topics
- Scholarly peer-reviewed journals, popular magazines, newspapers, books, book chapters, book reviews, government documents, conference proceedings, and reports
- Full text articles, books, and reports
- Coverage from 1887 to the present
View this narrated tutorial to see how you can find information in trade publications to enhance your research.