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I retrieved it from CINAHL, but the detailed record does not list a DOI or a retrieved from web address. In using APA format, should I state "Available from CINAHL Plus with Full Text, EBSCOhost" or is that only for other types of citations?
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Not all articles have a DOI. When the DOI is not available, the URL of the journal's home page is used in the reference entry instead. I Googled the title of the journal, and found the volume and issue page here: http://www.magonlinelibrary.com/toc/nrec/10/7.
If you click on the article page, you will find the DOI number.
See the DOIs and URLs in a Reference Entry box on the Citing Sources tab of the Advanced Education LibGuide for specifics on formatting the citation.
For more information, see page 7 of the APA Style Guide to Electronic Resources, 6th ed.