Q. I am trying to find a journal article but not having any luck

Shamoo, A. E., & Moreno, J. D. (2004). Ethics of research involving
mandatory drug testing of high school athletes in Oregon. American
Journal of Bioethics, 4(1), 25–31.



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To find the article, from the Online Library home page, I recommend selecting the A-Z list of Online Journals (near the top right of the main page).

In the search box provided, use the following search terms: "American Journal of Bioethics".  This should bring up the journal for which you are searching.

Click on one of the blue links that are found directly below the journal title: ex. Academic Search Complete 

From the Journal information displyed, click the blue link above the title: Search within this publication.

From the search screen displayed, you will see that the first box contains: JN "American Journal of Bioethics"

In the search second box, I recommend using the title of the article: "Ethics of research involving mandatory drug testing of high school athletes in Oregon"   

This should bring you to the article requested. 

Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

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