McCoy Press Journals
McCoy Press is dedicated to publishing progressive, health related content that will help push the needed paradigm shift in health care in the right direction.
McCoy Press was founded by Matthew McCoy DC, MPH, a respected researcher, academic, lecturer and author.
Dr. McCoy is presently a Professor of Clinical Sciences at Life University where he was previously the Director of Research.
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This page was created by Edward Murphy.
McCoy Press Journal Collection - access instructions
McCoy is the only Palmer resource that requires its own username and password. Please see instructions below for how to obtain these.
- Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health
- Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research
- Chiropractic Dialogues: Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic
- Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research
Follow the journal link above to the David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library Full Text Finder list.
Pick up the required password and log in (look for this icon) and use it to log in to the McCoy Press Journals page.
McCoy Press indexing sources
McCoy Press titles are currently only indexed in these sources:
The McCoy Press website. Follow the link below to access the McCoy Press Search Page.
The Index to Chiropractic Literature also provides an access point for McCoy Press articles. Follow the links and instructions below.
Use the "Advanced Search" (located at the top of the page) and select the McCoy Press journal title abbreviation from the "Journal" drop down list.
- J Pediatr & Fam Health Chiropr
- J Upper Cervical Chiropr Res
- Chiropr Dialog
- J Vert Sublux Res
Clicking on "Search" without anything other than the Journal abbreviation will return all of the available citations for that particular title.
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