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Linking Directly to Individual Articles and Records: From EBSCO database

Persistent links, Persistent URLs, or PURLs


If the article is from an EBSCO database:

The persistent link information is obtained from email or is on the record description and labeled by the "Permalink."
Click on the TITLE of the record to get to the description (DO NOT click on the full text link for this).
Look to the right of the resulting page for the "Permalink."

1) If this URL information begins with, just copy it and paste it where it is needed.

2) If you have a URL begining with
      Add in front of the record's (not article) "Permalink" information 
      (remove any spaces in the URL)

Evidence-based health policy: three generations of reform in Mexico. By: Frenk, Julio; Sepulveda, Jaime; Gomez-Dantés, Octavio; Knaul, Felicia. Lancet, 11/15/2003, Vol. 362 Issue 9396, p1667, 5p, 2 diagrams, 2 graphs; [UT Arlington NetID may be required]


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