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Title: NURSING


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NURSING
  • RENITA KRASNODEBSKI
  • x4239
  • ROBERT WAKS
  • x4240

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WHERE DO I BEGIN?
  • CHOOSE A TOPIC (e.g. Nursing Research)
  • How do we go about choosing a topic?
  • Begin with the Reference collection

Encyclopedia of Nursing Research Fitzpatrick ,
Joyce J. Wallace Meredith (Eds.) New York,
Springer Pub. c. 2006 REF 610.73 E563 nr
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PRIMARY, SECONDARY OR TERTIARY RESOURCES
  • Here are some definitions and examples to help
    you identify the various categories
  • Primary original and new research.
  • e. g. Newspaper articles, original
    scholarly works and transcripts,
  • statistics
  • Secondary Interprets, analyzes and evaluates
    primary sources.
  • e.g. Books, Commentaries,
    Bibliographies, Popular Magazine
  • articles, Biographical Works
  • Tertiary Indexes that compile and organize
    information from primary and secondary sources in
    a specific subject area.
  • e.g. Dictionaries, Encyclopedias,
    Directories

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BOOKS
  • REFERENCE
  • CIRCULATING
  • R or Ref on book spine before call
  • Does not circulate
  • Current but not like newspapers, magazines or
    journals
  • e.g. encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks,
    reports
  • Examples of Reference titles in Nursing
  • Springhouse nurses drug guide
  • Nurses handbook of patient education
  • The Lippincott manual of nursing practice
  • Mosbys medical, nursing, allied health
    dictionary
  • Has call on book spine to locate in library
    collection.
  • Circulates for 28 days
  • Current and historical
  • e.g. anthologies, series, novels, books on a
    subject NO TEXTBOOKS
  • Examples of Circulating titles on Nursing
  • Reading, understanding, and applying nursing
    research
  • Teaching nursing developing a student-centered
    learning environment
  • Dual diagnosis nursing
  • Nursing theorists and their work
  • The complexities of care nursing reconsidered

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SEARCHING FOR RESOURCESMAHONEY LIBRARY HOME PAGE

CoolCat Catalog
RefWorks
Databases Alphabetically or by subject
CcCite Sources
Reference Messaging
Online and Print Journals
Evaluate Sources
Subject Guides
Borrow from another Library
NNewspapers
Encyclopedias and Reference
Ask Online
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SEARCHING TOOL FOR BOOKS COOLCATNJ
CATALOG
Title keyword search Nursing Theorists
Mahoney Library
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LOCATING BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY COLLECTION
Call Number Key for locating the book in the
collection
Location CSE ground floor
Status Is the book checked out?
Mahoney Library
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TYPES OF JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES
  • CONSUMER
  • TRADE
  • Focus is lay reader
  • Many advertisements
  • Written by an anonymous author or freelance
    writer
  • Easy reading
  • e.g. Health News
  • Arthritis Today
  • Caring Today
  • Geared towards a reader from a particular trade
  • Some advertisements from industry
  • Targets specifically to industry
  • Some graphs, charts, photos
  • Uses technical terminology
  • e.g. Journal of Community Nursing
  • RN
  • Nursing News

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JOURNALS SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
  • Article can be peer reviewed or refereed
  • Written by a subject expert
  • Minimal advertising
  • Original research including studies
  • and reports
  • e.g. Journal of Holistic Nursing
  • Journal of Nursing Education
  • Worldviews on evidence-based nursing

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ULRICHS PERIODICALS DIRECTORYUseful for finding
out subject areas of journals and determining
their level of scholarship
Publisher Information
Document Type Refereed and Scholarly
sSSubject
Mahoney Library
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ONLINE AND PRINT JOURNALS
Search for title keywords Nursing Management
Browse journals by subject ----------------- Nurs
ing journals in Health and Biological Sciences
Mahoney Library
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SEARCHING FOR AN ARTICLE
Databases A-Z Databases are alphabetical
Databases by Subject e.g. Food Science and
Nutrition
Subject Guides e.g. Nursing and Allied Health
Mahoney Library
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CINAHL FULL TEXT
In Advanced Search, type in critical care as
Subject Heading
Select full-text or scholarly
Select evidence-based
Case study
Mahoney Library
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HEALTH REFERENCE CENTER ACADEMIC
Education as document title Nursing as subject
Full Text
Date Range 2006-2009
Publication Title Nursing Standard
Mahoney Library
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HEALTH SOURCE ACADEMICSEARCH FOR FULL TEXT
BSN inTitle search Ten years in Abstract
Peer reviewed and scholarly
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HEALTH SOURCE NURSING SEARCH FOR FULL TEXT
Search for full text
Match date of article (e.g. October, 2006) with
date range of appropriate database
Mahoney Library
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HEALTH SOURCE NURSING ACADEMICSEARCH FOR FULL
TEXT
Match date October 6, 2006 followed by volume and
issue Vol. 69 Issue 10 ------------- Search for
title of article AACN Supports NJ Resolution
Mahoney Library
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WORLDCAT
  • A list of library holdings of books, periodicals
    and audiovisuals from around the world.
  • Locate books and journals when not available at
    CSE.
  • NJ libraries appear first
  • Available under Quick Links on
  • Mahoney Library Home Page

Mahoney Library
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WORLDCAT
Search for journal title Nursing Management
Select Serial Publications -----------------------
New Jersey libraries appear first in results
list.
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NEED A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE?

Newspapers Online found on Mahoney Library Home
Page provides links to online Newspapers and
newspaper databases. Also included are a number
of key news sites on the web.
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INTERLIBRARY LOANS
Click on Borrow from Another Library when not
available in the CSE collection
Request forms will appear
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SELECTING WEBSITES
  • Criteria for evaluating websites
  • Up-to-date information
  • Credibility of author or organization
  • Domains e.g. .com .edu .gov .org
  • Links to resources and may have list of
    references
  • New Jersey State Nursing Association
  • http//www.njsna.org/
  • Trip Database- Evidence based Medicine
  • http//www.tripdatabase.com/index.html
  • National Institute of Nursing Research
  • www.nih.gov/about/almanac/organization/NINR.htm
  • Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
  • http//www.aacn.nche.edu/Accreditation/

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EVALUATING RESOURCES
  • Criteria to look for
  • 1. Currency
  • 2. A balance of primary, secondary or tertiary
    resources
  • 3. Credibility of the publication
  • - Scholarly and peer reviewed journals
  • - Government document
  • 4. Identity of the author
  • - A professional from a reputable
  • institution
  • - Authors name cited in other scholarly
    works
  • 5. Does the resource have a bibliography

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How Do I Cite Sources?
  • Print copies of citation guides on Reserve and
    in Reference
  • Additional guides available online
    through Mahoney Library
  • Home Page (How do I ?-Cite sources
    Style Guides )
  • 2. Convert a citation to APA in databases such
    as Proquest
    or Academic Search Premier
  • 3. RefWorks an online bibliographic
  • web-based manager that will create
  • your bibliographies for you.
  • See your reference librarian
    for
  • further information.

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NEED ASSISTANCE?
  • Meet with a Reference Librarian or call the
    Reference Desk at x4248.
  • Schedule an individual or group
  • appointment with a research
  • librarian.

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ASKONLINE
Found under the link Ask Online under the How do
I from the Library Home Page. Complete form to
e-mail a Reference Librarian
When a CSE Librarian is not available, you can
engage in a 24/7 live chat with a professional
librarian through QandANJ.
Mahoney Library
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Reference Messaging
Chat with a Librarian when asking your question
online
Mahoney Library
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HAPPY RESEARCH HUNTING!
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