Access the Library's databases, search for articles, and view journal titles.
See a list of the most useful databases related to Dental Hygiene.
Find books, eBooks, and print journals in our library catalog.
Have a citation for an article? Find out if we have the journal in electronic format.
Accessing databases off campus can be tricky. Use this guide to find out how to authenticate your account.
If you have a question, comment or research concern for the Health Sciences Librarian, you can reach Mickel Paris via email or call (209) 946-3207. I appreciate any suggestions you may have about the usefulness or navigation of this resource. This guide is still under construction.
This library guide was created for the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry student, staff, or faculty member.
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Please note that there may be network or browser issues when accessing resources.We expect this to be ongoing throughout the year as we transition individual publishers to Stockton one-by-one. This should be resolved by 2016. If you are having difficulty downloading a resource, please try the following:
Known Issues with PubMed and Google Scholar
We are currently working on resolving major issues with downloading some of the full-text articles in PubMed and Google Scholar. To gain the best experience with these resources, click the PubMed/Google Scholar buttons below as they will recognize you being from Pacific (requiring a login). If you are still having trouble, please enter the citation of the article you are looking for in the University search tool at:
You can also search for the journal directly at:
Certain databases may ask you to choose between University of the Pacific or CPMC. Always select UOP, as CPMC will no longer be providing database access as of December 31, 2015.
PubMed is a free database which contains MEDLINE. MEDLINE is produced by the US National Library of Medicine. MEDLINE contains over 21 million citations for biomedical literature. Over 5,000 journals can be accessed.
Optimize your PubMed Searches: Customize your PubMed NCBI account to view full text available through University of the Pacific's library!
Google Scholar is a search for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports on all topic areas.
Optimize your Google Scholar searches: Customize your Google Scholar account to view full text that is available through University of the Pacific's library subscriptions. Once you have completed this process, you will see the "Pacific thru LinkSource" button that will allow full-text access. Optimize first, then start your search here!