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How to use this research guide
Each tab above focuses on different resources available through the Nash Library and Internet that can aid the user in locating materials for a paper or project.
- Nursing Databases has links to online article indices and books. Some of the articles are full-text, some may be in journals held in the Nash Library and others may have to be requested via interlibrary loan.
- Online Healthcare Guides has links to sources that offer a broad range of information in all health fields.
- Drug Guides provides a list of both print and online books and also includes links to a couple of databases that offer current articles on medical technology, research and legislation on the drug industry.
- Nursing Care Plans's page has a mix of free and fee-based sources for creating a care plan as well as some recent books added to the shelves.
Scholarly vs. Popular Articles
Scholarly vs. Popular Periodicals
This is a 3.12 minute video from the Peabody Library at Vanderbilt University that discusses the major differences between a scholarly journal and a popular magazine.