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Did you know that when you search “nursing” in ebrary, you get roughly 94,000 documents?

From “nursing,” if you click on the subject “research,” roughly 2,600 titles will show up. You can further filter results by biographies (roughly 6,000 titles), dictionaries (roughly 775 titles), and more.

The biographies feature noteworthy nurses like Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton. Research materials include handbooks and statistical methods, while dictionaries are by prominent medical authors such as Mosby and WebMD.

There’s something in the ebrary pool for every type of nurse. Titles range from Occupational Health Nursing, to Nursing Medical Emergency Patients, to Labor and Delivery Nursing.

If you’re looking for more theory-based ebooks, titles range from the Future of Nursing, to Applied Ethics in Nursing, to Nursing Theories and Models.

For nurses, and other kinds of researchers, you owe it to yourself to check out ebrary.


23 Sep 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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