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Support for Affiliated Faculty

Learn more about the support we provide WCM-Q Affiliated Faculty, including library collections, reference and chat services, consultations, interlibrary loans, and training.

Getting hard-to-find articles

The Health Sciences Library provides interlibrary loan and document delivery services that respond to direct patient care requests, up to 10 requests per year.

You can create requests by logging on to our ILL services.

Ordering an Online Article

Here are the steps to order an online article that is not available through our collection.

Submitting an ILL for an Online Article

1. We are looking for articles on cardiovascular risk factor for middle-aged women in a one of our databases: PubMed. To access the full text of the article, look under Full Text Links. This article is not available through the HSL subscriptions and the only way to get the article is by clicking on Get it @ WCM-Q.

2. You are now redirected to our Library Catalog. If you are not already signed in, you might be prompted to sign in using your WCM-Q email and password. At the end of the article description, the library catalog displays the following message: Not Available. Check How to Get It.

3. Scroll down to How to Get It and click on Request from Interlibrary Loan.

4. Once you click on Request from Interlibrary Loan, you will be redirected to the ILL page where the article information has been automatically filled in for you. Make sure you enter the Needed Before date.

5. Scroll down to the bottom of the request page and acknowledge the Copyright statement before you click on Submit request.

6. Once submitted, your ILL homepage will display your new request.

7. You will also receive an automatic email confirming your request and notifying you of its status.

Getting your ILLs video