LWW are one of the most respected publishers of nursing information. This database
can be used to locate articles on a wide variety of topics in nursing including treatments,
symptom management, and more.
This is one of the best psychology and psychiatry databases in the world. It can be
used to find scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles on mental health and treatments, as
well as general psychology, emotions, behavior, and much more.
This site, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, the National Library of
Medicine, and the Department of Health and Human Services, lists clinical trials for
the United States--with some information available for other countries. It includes
current and completed trials.
This organization is one of the National Institutes of Health, and its mission is
to support research in nursing in clinical and communities through grants and other
funding programs. It provides information on funding initiatives, including diversity
programs and resources, links to nursing organizations, and publications from national
meetings and conferences.
This site is an entry point for searching the resources at the National Library of
Medicine. It provides a global search function for PubMed, PubMed Central, and Medline
Plus, all of which are included in this resource list. This is an excellent starting
point to begin a search of health-related government information.
Ten systems can be explored: skeletal, digestive, muscular, lymphatic, endocrine,
nervous, cardiovascular, male or female reproductive, and urinary. Search interactive
graphics, including animations of the systems, tutorials and descriptions.
This University of Nebraska Medical Center portal provides evaluated, annotated links
to online image collections in General, Anatomy and Histology, Cardiology, Dermatology,
Embriology, Endoscopy, Neurology, Pathology, Pediatrics, and ENT.
The highlight of this site is the "Careplan Corner" with nursing care plans under
three categories: "Altered/Alterations," Impaired/Impairment," and "General." Nursing
students can copy, save or print and modify any of the plans. There is also a blank
plan template to print out and fill in. Other resource links for nurses and students
are also available.
This resource provides drug lists that include the description, clinical pharmacology,
indications and dosage, side effects and drug interactions, warnings and precautions,
drug overdoses, contraindications, and patient information.