*Try search terms like "COVID-19" AND "stress" AND nurse* or (covid-19 or coronavirus) and nurses
Limit on side for material type, articles, newspapers, books etc.
Suggested NURSING literature Databases:
The Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) is a full-text database for nursing and allied health journals from 1937 to present. Includes access to scholarly journal articles, dissertations, magazines, pamphlets, evidence-based care sheets, books, and research instruments. How to Export to RefWorks
The National Library of Medicine's free interface for MEDLINE, the premier database for biomedical journal citations. PubMed dates back to 1946 and includes more than 32 million citations in medicine, nursing, allied health, and dentistry. PubMed also includes citations from PubMed Central and the NCBI Bookshelf.
Comprehensive coverage of the preclinical, medical and pharmacological sciences. Strong in the European literature, EMBase includes 2,000 not currently covered by Medline.
Need articles in psychology or counseling? Use PsycINFO! It's a great resource and is published by the American Psychological Association. How to export to RefWorks
*View entire list of Nursing related databases
Journals with COVID-19 free access articles:
BMJ's covid-19 hub
PLOS journals COVID-19 pandemic in 2019-20
New England Journal of Medicine - COVID-19
POINT OF CARE - epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, guidelines tools
An evidence-based clinical reference tool for use at the point-of-care, includes information about epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, guidelines etc.
All COVID-19 content is free to download. To access PDF of all content, you must log in or register for a free account with your institutional subscription.
Evidence-based online resource covering thousands of internal medicine, pediatric, and OB/GYN topics. Includes topic summaries, adult and pediatric facets, graphs, images, guidelines etc.
Emergency Nurse Association COVID-19 Information
2019 Novel Coronavirus Nurse Resources
Julia Rodriguez is currently the Health Sciences and Scholarly Communications Librarian. From 2008 to 2020, her professional focus also included serving as the nursing librarian and this content is the result of that work.
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1. Authority - Who is the author/developer? What are her/his qualifications? What are the affiliations, if any?
2. Currency - Is the material current, updated regularly?
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4. Accuracy - How do you know the information contained is correct? Are the facts cited, can they be checked?
5. Objectivity/Bias - Is the information presented objectively? What bias might the authors/creators have?
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