Nursing

Library resources for the School of Nursing

Medication Resources

Google Scholar

Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com.liboff.ohsu.edu) searches specifically for scholarly materials such as journal articles, research reports, dissertations and theses, preprints, technical reports, patents, manuscripts in preparation, working papers and many other document types.

Remember, Google's goal is "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful," but researchers need to learn to critically evaluate research materials.

Some Google Scholar Tips:

  •     Save your search to re-run later
    Just copy the URL at the top of Google Scholar search results page and save it for later use.

  •     Search the ‘cited by’ articles
    By clicking on the “cited by” link under a citation, you can check to see what articles cited your article of interest, and then search that collection for your terms.

  •     Create alerts to keep up with new research on your topic
    On the left side of the search results page, click on the “Create alert” link, and follow the instructions to have alerts sent to you via email.

  •     Cutomize Google Scholar for use with your citation mananger
    You can also set your preferences on the Scholar Settings page to add a link to your citation manager (EndNote,RefWorks, Zotero, etc.) under "Bibliographic Manager", so that each citation will have a "Import into" link as well.

  •     Customize Google Scholar to show OHSU full text content (not necessary on campus)
    When you do a search in Google Scholar, you get a list of citations. You'll also get links to the full text if the article is from an open access journal, if the researcher posted the article on her/his website or if you’ve configured your Google Scholar settings to show OHSU content (see below).  If you're on campus, Google Scholar will identify your IP address and automatically show you links to OHSU content.

    From the Scholar Settings page, choose "Library Links": 

                        

Then search for, and add, "Oregon Health and Science University".

Now your search results will inlcude the "Find it at OHSU" link to full text  if the OHSU Library subscribes to that journal electronically (example below).

Nursing Websites

Consumer Health Information

healthfinder.gov
Offers resources on a wide range of health topics.
 

MedlinePlus®

Provides resources about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues, links out to PubMed.