Health Sciences Subject Guide
- Teaching Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing : Second Edition
- Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice
- Nursing Research Using Ethnography : Qualitative Designs and Methods in Nursing
- Multicultural handbook of food, nutrition and dietetics
- Food, nutrition and eating behavior
- Food science, food technology and nutrition
- General pharmacology for pharmacists
- Drug risks and benefits: international textbook of clinical pharmacology
Theses and Dissertations
You can find Masters and Doctoral theses at NUL institutional repository.
Printed theses from other universities can be obtained through inter-library loan.
- Science Direct
- Oxford Medicine Online
This is a platform for a number of full-text research databases providing access to information in various disciplines such as business, medicine, nursing, education and psychology. It is possible to search across a number of databases at once. The following are the recommended databases for undergraduate students in the health sciences.
- Academic Search Premier
- Sage Journals
Provides journal coverage for most areas of study including medical sciences.
Authoritative resource for nursing and allied health professionals, students, educators and researchers.
Database of the United States National Library of Medicine, containing 22 million references to biomedical and life sciences journal articles dating back to 1946.
- Dictionary of nursing theory and research
- Dictionary of nursing theory and research 3rd ed.
- Measurement in nursing and health research
- Nursing Research Using Historical Methods: Qualitative Designs and Methods in Nursing
- Nursing Research Using Participatory Action Research : Qualitative Designs and Methods in
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You must acknowledge your sources by citing them in the text of your assignment (called in-text citations) and referencing them at the end of your assignment (called a reference list).
You must provide references whenever you quote (use the exact words), paraphrase (use the ideas of another person, in your own words) or summarize (use the main points of) another's opinions, theories or data.
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Harvard is a style of referencing, primarily used by university students, to cite information sources. ... In-text citations are used when directly quoting or paraphrasing a source. They are located in the body of the work and contain a fragment of the full citation.