Books on EBNP @ SCC Library
Books on Evidence-based Nursing Theory are located in the 610.73 call number area. This call number works for our Reference books and books you can checkout.
You can always check out the WIN network to borrow books from Gonzaga and Whitworth too.
Ask for help at the Reference Desk. We'll walk you through the process.
EBNP Databases @ SCC
CINAHL - Nursing database with advanced searching options and some full-text. Must be an SCC Student to access.
ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source - Excellent choice for almost any nursing topic. Special EBNP guidelines & Joanna Briggs Institute Content. Full-text. Must be an SCC Student to access.
Health Reference Center Academic - Easy to use search interface. Full-text database. Must be an SCC Student to access.
Cochrane Library - EBP database with systematic review and pratice guidelines. User friendly interface w/full-text. Must be an SCC Student to access.
Credo Reference - eEncyclopedia, a collection of online reference books including Nursing, health related topics. Easy to use, full-text database. Find definitions of EBP using this example search: "evidence-based practice". Must be an SCC Student to access.
Gale Virtual Reference Library - Another eEncyclopedia with some health and medical information. Easy to use, full-text database. Must be an SCC Student to access.
Below is another way the same links can appear. Which do you prefer? The visible notes version (above) or the scroll over pop-up version (below)? Thanks for your feedback - Linda
EBNP Books on Reserve Now!
Remember to bring some change for copies if you plan to use these books for research.
They will remain on reserve until Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 2012 - when the EBNP #1 assignment is due.
Credible EBNP Web Resources
These websites can be cited in APA format. Ask us how!
These tutorials can be cited in APA format. Ask us how!
Evidence-based Nursing Practice
This is a great video on EBNP. It is worth watching AND it’s only 8 minutes long!
What do you think? Tell Us!
Dear SCC Nursing students - please take a moment to tell me what you think of this guide. Your feedback will help loads! (Professional, civil, thoughtful feedback please.)
Keep in mind that this guide is under construction. I will be adding to it! Linda