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How to access LMU articles from PubMed:
Create a my NCBI account in PubMed (look on the top right corner of the Pubmed screen for a link). After you create the account, click on My NCBI in the top right corner. Then choose NCBI site preferences (also on the top right). Look on the left middle of the screen for Outside Tool. Click on it and then choose Lincoln Memorial University from the alphabetical list. Make sure the radio button is filled. Scroll all the way to the bottom and hit SAVE. After this, whenever you do a search and get results that LMU students/faculty have access to, you will see a button on the top right under the Full Text Links box that says LMU Reed Health Sciences Library. Click on that button to access the article. If you are off site, you will need your library login and password which are the same as your mylmu account but without the @lmunet.edu on the login.
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