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Finding Full Articles

See these handouts for the step-by-step process for obtaining full articles.

Clinical Informatics Sites

 

eBook Collection Video Tutorials

EBSCO eBooks: Access from off campus requires an account and second log in. See flash tutorial for assistance
 

Other eBooks of interest

See the handout Accessing EBSCO eBooks from off campus as needed.

 

Peer Review

What is "Peer Review"?  - An evaluation of scientific or academic work by experts in the same field.

Peer review process:

  • Authors submit manuscripts to journals
  • Journals enlist other impartial subject experts to review the manuscript
  • Subject experts evaluate the manuscripts for accuracy and quality by analyzing research methodology
  • Those manuscripts that don't meet the quality and accuracy standards set by the journal/reviewers are returned to the authors for editing. If they don't meet set standards for rigor or methodology, they can be rejected.

How to determine if a journal is peer reviewed:

  • CINAHL has a Peer Review limiter that will include articles from only those journals that are deteremined to be peer reviewed.
  • Check the "Journal Info" or "About This Journal" page of a journal's website. If the journal is peer reviewed, the website usually mentions it.
 

RN to BSN eBooks

Click on the book cover or the title to access the book. You will be required to log in through Knowledge if you are accessing eBooks from off campus.See the Remote Access instructions in the box to the left for assistance.

 

Practice Guidelines

Many professional organizations have clinical practice guidelines linked from their websites.

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