Get to know upper-level nursing students!
They know the system, know how to study, know which classes to sign up for, and they can point you to resources that teachers might not mention in class.
For help researching your research topics:
Make an appointment with the medical librarian early in the semester. Come with your research topic already picked out, and she will show you how to use tools such as CINAHL, PubMed, and RefWorks so that you get the most out of them. This will save you time and improve the quality of your research - and you'll get to know the NLRC and all of the other ways it can help you!
To Request an Appointment for Search/Research Assistance:
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Include the following information:
(Please Note: the librarian is available 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday)
For the Foundations J1 research paper, you might find it helpful to look at one or more of these links found in the Additional Links tab.
Need anatomy resources? Try Anatomy.tv , an online anatomy resource from Stat!Ref.
Listed below are books that would be helpful for students working on the Doctor of Nursing Practice Capstone. Click on the title to be directed to the BearCat catalog entry for the book. Most of the books are print books, but there are two e-books, including one book available in both print and as an e-book. Note: This list is not static. New books may be become available and may not be included in this list. Older books may be removed from catalog. Please report any broken links to email@example.com .