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Resources for Nursing: Get Started

This guide will lead you to resources that help your study and research in the field of Nursing and Midwifery. There are also a range of learning tools that will allow you to develop your research and study skills.

Reference Sources

The Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing & Allied Health

Shelved at: 610.73 LON

Start with a good topic

Brainstorm a Topic that Interests You:

Think of topics for which you have:

  •   personal interest,
  •   knowledge or life experience
  •   an opinion
  •   a desire to learn more

If no topic seems interesting:

  •  take 5 minutes and write down any ideas related to the assignment that come to mind, then look at what you wrote for a pattern or an idea that stands out.

  •  review your course textbook(s) and class notes for something interesting.

Helpful Brainstorming Resources

Choosing a research topic

Created by Pima Community College Libraries, Tucson, AZ, Information Literacy Tutorial - Episode 2.