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Resources for Nursing

Welcome! You are looking at the best library resources for Nursing. If you need to research in a different discipline, please look through the list of our other Research Guides.

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  • Use AND to combine different keywords.  
    • For example, minorities AND coaching
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    • race OR ethnicity OR minorit*
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STAT!Ref Nursing eBooks

STAT!Ref Nursing E-Books A collection of 25 nursing resources including reference works, test preparation and instructional videos. You must click "I accept" at the first page to acknowledge the end-user agreement to get to the STAT!Ref site.

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2019 3:12 PM

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