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Title: CINAHL EBSCO 2.0 Indexes search
Authors: Dixon, Duncan
Keywords: Library & Information Science;CINAHL Indexes Search
Issue Date: 3-Dec-2008
Abstract: Indexes provide a useful way of searching within a selected journal subset. For example, if you are looking for a complete list of articles published by an author, using the Author subset is an effective way. Another example would be searching for “malaria” within the Africa Journal Subset. However, if you are doing an exhaustive search, it would not be wise to rely completely on an index search, as it’s likely that journals outside the Africa Journal subset will have information on malaria in Africa.
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