Thank you all!  I now have the full article, in English!  For those of you wondering - if you access the article through CINAHL, the second half of the article is buried on pages of another article, so you have to actually pull the individual pages listed.  The full text file for this article (at least in CINAHL) is just the first three pages.

Thank you all again!

S. Layla Heimlich
Medical Librarian 
Wm. B. Glew, MD, Health Sciences Library
MedStar Washington Hospital Center

tel: 202-877-5296

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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Article from ORNAC J - in French or English?

One of my patrons is interested in an article from ORNAC J, the Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada Journal.  She is trying to locate the full text of the study.  She says her "other" library has access to the journal, but all she could pull up when she clicked on their full text link was three pages, with the first page in French and the second in English. 

The PubMed citation says: 

ORNAC J. 2013 Sep;31(3):14, 16-9, 34-6, passim.
Perioperative communication and family members' perceived level of anxiety and satisfaction.
[Article in English, French]
Blum EP, Burns SM.
PMID:    24261110

The NLM description of the journal says "Articles chiefly in English with some in French."

I am guessing all this means that the article she wants is one of the instances where the main article is in French, with an extended abstract in English (which would be what she already has), but I'd like to confirm.  She wants the article, but only if it is in English.  Before I put in a DOCLINE request, can someone with access to the full text confirm whether the full article is in French or English?

Thank you!

S. Layla Heimlich
Medical Librarian
Wm. B. Glew, MD, Health Sciences Library MedStar Washington Hospital Center Washington, DC 

tel: 202-877-5296

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