ClinicalKey for Nursing is a clinical reference platform that includes content from evidence-based nursing monographs, books, journals, practice guidelines, and core measures with nursing recommendations. This resources provides information to support nursing care in areas such as administering medication, managing nurse policy, monitoring for complications, and providing patient education.
Provides information to support culturally competent patient care for a variety of ethnic groups, religious groups and additional communities. Monographs include information on family and social issues, gender roles, diet/nutrition, health promotion/disease prevention, illness-related issues, and treatment issues.
Covers the following aspects of human health and disease: communicable diseases, tropical diseases, parasitic diseases and parasitology, human nutrition, community and public health, as well as medicine and poisonous plants.
This evidence-based point-of-care resource includes continuously updated information, based on the best available evidence in nursing, allied health, and biomedical literature, written specifically for nurses to help answer clinical questions. Includes multimedia (e.g. videos and images), nursing management topics, care plans, leadership and management continuing education modules, additional skills, and more. It also contains cultural competencies, patient education, drug information, and reference books, guidelines, legal cases, and research instruments. For mobile access: NOTE: If you have the Nursing Reference Center app installed on your device, you must uninstall it before installing the Nursing Reference Center Plus app.
1. Download the free Nursing Reference Center Plus App from the iTunes Store or Google Play.
2. Access Nursing Reference Center Plus via the OHSU Library.
3. Click on the NRC Plus Mobile App Access link from Nursing Reference Center Plus at the bottom of the page and enter your email address. An authentication key will be emailed to you.
4. Open the Nursing Reference Center Plus email from your device.
Within 24 hours, tap on the link in the email to authenticate the app. Note: If the app is not authenticated after 24 hours, you will need to request a new authentication key.
Search the print and electronic journals and books owned by OHSU and other academic libraries in the Northwest. Note: to check out print materials from the OHSU Library, you'll need a barcode number. Apply online or in person with your OHSU ID badge at the OHSU Library on the 3rd floor of the BICC.
Borrow a book, journal article, dissertation, etc., owned by another library. *Distance education students can also use this service to request electronic versions of articles only available in print at OHSU, at no cost. Books only available in print at OHSU and also be requested and will be delivered in the mail, with a prepaid return mailer.