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Nursing - Library Resources: Welcome

This guide will help you find academic journal articles, books and websites for research in the area of nursing.


Welcome to the Library's Guide for Nursing Resources!


What do you need to accomplish?

Link to Study Anatomy Online Study Anatomy / Stream Videos
  • Use an online library database to study human anatomy or watch videos related to health-care topics.
 Find Books or Use a Textbook on Reserve
  • Discover how to locate textbooks, eBooks and regular print books.
 Find Articles / Clinical Research / Evidence Based Practice
  • Discover a wealth of academic and clinical information in the library's online subscription databases.
 Find High Quality Health-Related Websites
  • Discover sources of high-quality, free online health information.
Track and Cite Sources
  • Learn how to track your sources and cite them in your project.
Test Prep PictureTest Prep
  • Discover resources to prep for certification tests.

Levels of Evidence

Levels of evidence are very important to keep in mind when conducting medical research.  Don't forget to consider the level of evidence your source provides, no matter where you find it (database, free web, section of a book, etc.).  Start at the top of the pyramid for the most reliable evidence, keeping in mind that research may not yet exist or may not be feasible for some questions.  Definitions of these articles types can be found here.


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