This video walks you through some tips for searching for scholarly articles on your nursing concepts.
You may find it helpful to pause the video and try out the demonstrated searches as you go along.
CINAHL headings address the patient experience.
You can search the CINAHL headings for possible concepts. For example:
Try these useful headings in your search where appropriate:
When using the advanced search screen, the following limits may help you focus your search on useful results:
Yes, Google does article searches! Go in through this link and find out what Google Scholar has that you can get full-text through our library.
If you come across an article that is too old for this assignment, consider using the Cited by feature in Google Scholar to lead you to articles you can use.
If you are using Google Scholar at home, you will have to adjust the settings to see which articles are available full text through MRU library.
Select Library Links. In the search box, search for Mount Royal. Be sure to hit save!
Articles that we paid for access to will be flagged in your search results
Most new scholarly articles will have a DOI. You will often find the DOI listed on the first page of the pdf version of the article.
If you can't find the DOI, try using the tool CrossRef to look it up by author or article title.