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CINAHL Ultimate (EBSCOhost)This link opens in a new windowUpgraded CINAHL Complete
Topics: Allied health, alternative/complementary medicine, biomedicine, consumer health, ambulatory care, gerontological nursing, physical therapy, psychiatric nursing, and nursing.
Contents: Articles, book excerpts, care sheets, quick lessons, full text reference books, research instruments (measurement tools), government publications, and CEUs.
Nursing Reference Center Plus / NRC Plus / NRC+This link opens in a new windowTopics: Medicine and nursing.
Description: Nursing point-of-care tool with clinical skills.
Contents: Assessment, background information from medical and nursing reference books, care plans, CEUs (continuing education modules), competency checklists, cultural competencies, diagnoses, drug guides, images, management, patient education handouts, procedures, skills, and videos.
Opposing Viewpoints (Gale in Context)This link opens in a new windowTopics: Current events and social issues.
Contents: Articles, audio, background information, images, links to recommended websites, primary sources, pro/con viewpoint essays, statistics, and videos.