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Last Updated: Aug 25, 2014 URL: http://libguides.gcu.edu/Nursing Print Guide RSS Updates

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Getting Started

This guide will show you some of the excellent resources that the GCU Library has to assist you in your nursing research. Whether you're just starting your nursing class or you're already well into your capstone project, this is the place for you!

Are you stuck and need help?  The librarians will personally walk you through any research topic and help you locate the resources you need.  Call, email, chat or visit us in the Library!

 

Webinars: Nursing & Health Sciences, Doctoral Research, Ref Works Bibliographic Management Software

The number one action you can take to help yourself with your nursing research is to sign up for one of the the library's live monthly webinars on nursing research and evidence based practice resources, as well as doctoral research and Refworks.  Spend 60 minutes with us now which to save yourself hours in the future!

View schedule and sign up!

 

Medical Dictionaries

These books are good resources for looking up terminology.

 

Search Credo Reference

Search 500+ reference books with one click!

 

Printable Guide

These printable guides include a list of resources that are useful for Nursing and Doctoral research.

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