Valuable library resources pertinent to this field (including news, suggested databases for research, recommended reading and more) are available in the Nursing Subject LibGuide (reachable via the TWU Libraries homepage under Research Resources/Subject LibGuides/Nursing).
Ms. Oliphant is available for questions, research consultations and class intruction sessions. Reach her at 214/689-6585 or email@example.com.
Foundations of Nursing Research by Rose Marie Nieswiadomy
A concise and readable guide providing those inside and outside the nursing profession with easy-to-understand descriptions of nursing research. Included are concepts of evidence-based practice, outcomes research and internet sources. Excerpts from 58 published nursing research studies and self-tests are also featured.
Fundamental and Advanced Nursing Skills by Gaylene Altman
A great all-around resource for any nurse, the comprehensive and heavily illustrated Fundamental includes updated information on more than 200 nursing skills. Written in a clear, straightforward manner, this book provides today's nurse the information needed to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment.
Olds' Maternal-Newborn: Nursing & Women's Health Across the Lifespan by Michele R. Davidson, Marcia L. London and Patricia A. Wieland Ladewig, Patricia W. Ladewig and Sally B. Olds
Today's maternity nurse faces challenges previous generations did not--shortened hospital stays, reconfigured healthcare systems, and a greater emphasis on home care. Maternal-Newborn addresses these challenges while providing its comprehensive coverage of women's health issues.
Quick Answers to Medical Diagnosis & Treatment by Maxine A. Papadakis et al.
This streamlined, alphabetically arranged reference work provides authoritative clinical guidance on evidence-based diagnosis and treatment options. More than 500 diseases and disorders are featured, providing medical professionals with bulleted presentations on key features, clinical findings and diagnosis information on many of the diseases and disorders regularly encountered in hospital and outpatient settings.
Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses by Judith Hopfer Deglin, April Hazard Vallerand and Cynthia A. Sanoski
This updated version of the classic drug reference for nurses features updated information on the top 200 drugs and expanded coverage in key areas, including the scope of patient safety and special populations. A thorough review of psychotropic drugs is included.
Submitted by Sandy Cochran