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Nursing and Midwifery: Home

Your guide to finding electronic and print nursing and midwifery resources via UTAS libraries

Contents

Getting Started
Six steps to success in library research
Books on library research

Nursing dictionaries & encyclopedias

Books
MegaSearch
Library Catalogue
Call numbers
Online tutorials - Finding books

New books

eBooks
What is an eBook?
eBooks@UTAS Library
Featured eBooks

Journals
What is a journal?
Scholarly or not?
Browsing ejournals
Journal title abbreviations

Databases
Key databases for Nursing
Australasian health databases
Evidence based medicine databases

Google Scholar
Drug Information

Evidence Based Practice
Evidence based medicine databases
Online tutorials
Evidence based nursing journals

Websites
Statistics
Indigenous/Multicultural

Consumer/Patient resources
Mental Health

Clinical Guidelines
Australian guidelines
International guidelines

Referencing and Writing
Referencing guide for Nursing

Tutorials & Help
New Students
Handouts from library workshops
Searching CINAHL Complete
Searching PubMed

Welcome

Welcome to the Nursing & Midwifery Subject Guide

The library has a range of information resources that will help you with your studies. This guide is designed to help you use all of the different tools for finding information on Nursing & Midwifery in the UTAS Library. 

Click on the tabs above to navigate through the guide.  The Contents panel on the left tells you what is under each tab. 

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