Evaluate these sources:
How do you know if a source is authoritative, accurate, or suitable for citing?
Who is the target audience?
What's the important information in this source?
What are some questions it raised?
Now you try it:
- Research Article Worksheet | Worksheet Help
- What Goes in My Journal Article Review Paper
- PICO Worksheet
- Levels of Evidence-Based Practice: A, B, C. D. E..
- Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice
Click on individual links below, or search them all at once by using the search bar below.
|HIPAA Health Information Privacy|
|NLN National League for Nursing|
|CDC: National Center for Health Statistics|
|National Institute of Nursing Research|
|National Network of Libraries of Medicine: Nurses on the Net|
|Lippincott's Nursing Center|
Kealoha, M. K., & Kataoka-Yahiro, M. (2017). Mālama nā makua i nā keiki me ka hānō: Native Hawaiian parents caring for their children with asthma. Asian/Pacific Island Nursing Journal, 2(3), 74-82. https://doi.org/10.9741/23736658.1063
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|Use these library databases to find different peer reviewed journal articles:|
EBSCO Health Databases: CINAHL, Health Source (Nursing), Medline
|ScienceDirect: Cross-disciplinary collection of health and social sciences|