Database by Subject: Nursing

Title Notes

Audio Digest

Audio CE/CME lectures and handouts covering:

  • Anesthesiology
  • Emergency medicine
  • Family medicine
  • Internal medicine

Desktop: The files will download as MP3 files. It works with Windows Media Player
Mobile: iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

For details on CME/CE: http://www.audio-digest.org/CME-About-ADF/cme-ce-accreditation 

CINAHL (EBSCO)

Limited to 8 concurrent users.

ClinicalKey for Nursing

ClinicalKey for Nursing (formerly Nursing Consult) is a clinical resource from Elsevier that includes journals, books, practice guidelines, nursing scales, Mosby's Evidence-Based Nursing Monographs, Procedures Consult, and more.

 ERIC

Open Access site from eric.ed.gov 

more info

 

 

 

Joanna Briggs Institute EBP (JBI)

Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database includes includes over 3,000 records across seven publication types: Evidence Based Recommended Practices, Evidence Summaries, Best Practice Information Sheets, Systematic Reviews, Consumer Information Sheets, Systematic Review Protocols, and Technical Reports.

Medcom Trainex Nurse Education Videos

Windows Smooth Video Streaming using Silverlight

Nurse Theorists: Portraits of Excellence. Vol 1., Vol 2, and Excellence in Action

Windows Smooth Video Streaming using Silverlight

Choose View to watch any of the videos. The Flash plugin is required.

Nursing Consult

online tutorial

Nursing Procedures (Lippincott's Video Series)

Nursing videos that show step-by-step guidance to over 90 procedures. Includes basic, intermediate, and advanced procedures in clinical settings.

Ovid (Medline)

Limited to 20 concurrent users

Web tutorial 
HSL Tutorial: Using Ovid Medline 
Comparison to PubMed

Pubget

Select institution “University of Colorado Denver AMC”  

more info

PubMed (MEDLINE)

More Info, Comparison to Ovid MEDLINE

HSL Tutorial: Using PubMed

Tips: Accessing Full Text Online through PubMed

Quetzal

Quetzal

The library has now made the Advanced Version available to members of the campus. When creating a new individual account, users must be on campus, logged in with their PassportID if off campus, or connected by VPN. Registration details are on the library's blog.

Non-AMC campus members can still register for access to the Basic (free) version: https://www.quetzal-search.info/

A Review of Quetzal: A Linguistic Search Engine for Biomedical Literature by C. Tobin Magle, Biomedical Sciences Research Support Specialist, Health Sciences Library

R2 Library

Limited to one concurrent user (per textbook).

STAT!Ref

Some books have limited simultaneous users. If you are unable to access a title, try again later.

 

Unnatural Causes

Windows Smooth Video Streaming using Silverlight