Professional Research Resources
0Aug 23, '04 by WashYaHandsQuote from srnaKateYou will most likely have to use your school or hospital library to do a literature search through CINAHL, medline, etc. and then find the actual journal volume in your library.I am in Research this semester and in need of finding websites to do research such as literature reviews, etc. Most of the sites I've found are members only or want to sell subscriptions. Any help would be most appreciated.
One site that I have found that provides many full text articles is www.medscape.com. There is a section of medscape specific for nursing.
Good luck.Last edit by VickyRN on Jul 23, '07
0Aug 25, '04 by LibrarianHello!
I'm not a nurse, but I'm a medical librarian. Please feel free to ask your local college/public/hospital librarian which databases you can use to access nursing info. CINAHL is a good source, as someone mentioned. Some databases will have fulltext articles available for you. If you can only find the citation of an article, but not the fulltext of it, please do ask the librarian there, as they can order it for you through an inter-library loan. Most places don't charge a fee for this service, especially hospital libraries. Please let me know if you have any more questions on research and I will try to help.
2Sep 5, '05 by VickyRN Senior Moderatorsee if these are of any help:
literature search databases
. cinahl information systems
. cochrane collaboration (systematic reviews, international)
. medline/pubmed (national library of medicine, usa)
clinical practice guidelines
. agency for healthcare research and quality (usa)
. canadian medical association infobase
. canadian task force on preventative health care
. joanna briggs institute for evidence based nursing and midwifery (australia)
. national guideline clearinghouse (usa)
. nursing best practice guidelines, registered nurses association of ontario
. society of obstetricians and gynaecologists of canada
. canadian institute for health information (cihi)
. canadian nurses association
. cancer care ontario's program in evidence-based care
. heart and stroke foundation of canada
. mayo clinic
excellent resources from dr. mary bennett:
this is great:
another site with lots of links for nursing research:
this is cute:
these are great:
another good free site:
online "worksheet" for analyzing quantitative research:
online "worksheet" for analyzing qualitative research:
http://www.elseviercanada.com/readin...e_research.pdfLast edit by VickyRN on Jun 20, '07
1Sep 6, '05 by LibrarianHello Annie,
Here are some website that may be useful on your research of Quantitative Research:
a short article from AORN (Association of Operating Room Nurses) Journal on judging/evaluation the finding of quantitative research:
for an example of quantitative research:
quantitative vs qualitative
I also have two articles from Nephrology Nursing Journal that I can send you via email or fax, if you like, on the topic of quantitative research. (They are in .pdf format and I didn't know how to attach it to this message)
Please let me know if these links do not help you and I will be glad to help you find the information that you need.
Quote from Annie111hi, librarian
would you like to help me to find a quantitative nursing research article thru webiste, it doesnot need too long, any help would greatly appreciated ! I'm in urgent to need help.....thanks!
Have a nice day
AnnieLast edit by VickyRN on Aug 10, '08 : Reason: Links no longer valid
1Mar 4, '06 by VickyRN Senior ModeratorCurrent literature on relevant professional issues:
http://www.fadavis.com/related_resources/7_1514_1.pdfLast edit by VickyRN on Jul 23, '07
0Jul 21, '06 by VickyRN Senior Moderatorhttp://www.update-software.com/clibng/cliblogon.htm
the cochrane library has become a key source of data on evidence-based medicine in general and especially on randomized clinical trials. the web site indicates that the “cochrane library consists of a regularly updated collection of evidence-based medicine databases, including the cochrane database of systematic reviews, which provide high quality information to people providing and receiving care and those responsible for research, teaching, funding and administration at all levels.”
the supercourse site provides over 1400 epidemiology lectures online, including lectures that cover study designs. study-design topics include meta-analysis, testing and screening, rates, cost-effectiveness etc.
the united states preventive services task force site includes the full collection of evidence-based recommendations and guidelines made by the task force. papers on the methods used by the task force are also included.
multipurpose web sites
the centers for disease control and prevention web site includes a wide array of materials on prevention and control of disease. it also includes the national center for health statistics’ web site at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/. this site includes data on life expectancy, causes of death etc.
the national institutes of health web site includes access to the national library of medicine as well as publications and information on a wide variety of research issues.
0Aug 9, '06 by VickyRN Senior Moderatorhow to make sense of clinical research
after reading this article, you should be able to:
1. compare and contrast the case-control study, the case report, the case series, the cohort study, the meta-analysis, the randomized controlled trial, and the systematic review.
2. describe the components of a research article.
3. describe how to evaluate a research study.
0Sep 8, '06 by quervo_nomadI too am writing a research paper and according to my professor and the campus librarian, there is not much credibility in web related research. Sure NEJM and the like are great but the internet site must be cited differently than the print version and they do have ways of knowing what's what. Basically what I am saying is if you want to be taken seriously, you really need to dig. That's what brought me here. I am looking for participants in interviews. Just thought you'd like the info for the best possible grade.