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I found the abstract of the article I need on EBSCOhost. Can I get the full text?

The title of the article is The evolution of U.S. health policy and the impact of future trends on nursing practice and research. Author: C.P. Jennings, published in 2001. Thank you.
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Finding the Full Text:

Many articles are available in full text format from within the various Ebsco Databases we own, such as CINAHL and Academic Search Premier. 

If you see any of the following listed under the citation for your article, click on one of them to get the full text:
PDF Full Text – The full article is available for downloading/printing in PDF format.
HTML Full Text -- The full article is available for downloading/printing in HTML
format.
Linked Full Text – The full article is available for downloading/printing from one of the other online databases.

If you do not see a PDF, HTML, or Linked Full Text link, click on “Check LinkSource for More Information”. This will pull up a list of any other databases we own that have the journal your article is in.  

If LinkSource does not indicate the article is available from another database, click on the link to the Widener University Catalog to see if we own the print version of the Journal your article is in.

If you still can't locate full text, you can submit an Interlibrary Loan request using the Illiad link on the Library Homepage.

Please contact us if you have any questions about how to do this. 

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