Can’t access an article in full-text? Need material from a book that isn’t available online or in the ATSMLib’s print collection?
As part of the ATSMLib's commitment to service, we provide faculty and students copies of articles or books that are unavailable through our online access. If an article or book is not accessible directly, we will order it for you from another library. The request will be sent to a library that owns the article or book, and they will send it to us. Once the material arrives, we send it out to you via email, or, in the case of books, we hold it for you in our AZ or MO campus branch for your pickup.
For articles either fill out the Interlibrary Loan Form or email your list of article citations to firstname.lastname@example.org (AZ campus) or email@example.com (MO campus). Your citations should include: author, article title, journal name with volume, issue and page numbers. If available please also include a UI or PMID number, which will help us identify your article.
For books, send the title, author, year of publication, and the publisher’s name.
Shapcott EJ et al. The effects of explanatory style on concussion outcomes in sport. Neurorehabilitation. 2007; 22(3): 161-7. PMID: 17917166.
Kontos, A. P. (2018).Concussion: A clinical profile approach to assessment and treatment. American Psychological Association.
Generally, for article requests, you should receive the article within 1-3 days although in rare cases it may take up to 10 days. Book requests take up to 2 weeks.
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