These are the primary databases for O&P. You can find all of the databses to which Concordia has access here.
The Get It button appears when full-text is not available in a particular database. Click the button to search for the full text in the rest of the CSP Library's databases. If full-text is available, you will be provided with a link. If not, you can choose to submit an interlibrary loan request. More information on submitting interlibrary loan requests is available here.
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings), the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, consists of terms naming descriptors in a hierarchical structure that permits searching at various levels of specificity.
In other words, MeSH terms describe what an article is about and are used to label all articles on a topic even if different authors use different words for the same concept (such as cancer vs. neoplasm vs. tumor).
Do you have a citation and you want to know if Concordia has full-text access? Use the Journal Search tool below to search the journal title. (Note: search for the name of the journal here, NOT your topic.)