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Nursing: Home

Guide to information related to nursing: basic; signs, symptoms & treatments; patho information, diseases, drugs, news, trials, and more!



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Below are a few of our "best bets". 

The Database & Online Journals tab provides a list of databases for Nursing and Allied Health.  Access Online journals, which are library subscriptions, to read current articles on a wide-range of topics.

The BOOKS & eBOOKS tab will help you find and offer tips on using print, reference and online books. 

The Professional Organizations tab lists a few major nursing organizations.

The WEB SITES tab gives you links to recommended web sites on this topic, including major associations.

The Writing Tips and TUTORIALS tab offers tutorials searching for information, tips on writing a research paper, organizing a paper, avoiding plagiarism, and giving credit to your sources, using the APA style.

The Medical Coding tab offers links to access more information.

The Concept Mapping tab links to various helpful examples to improve search strategies.


If you don't find what you want listed below, click on the DATABASES tab for more databases!


word cloud of nursing related terms

ECG Simulator

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3D Anatomy Resources



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