Hi , I'm trying to find free journal articles. I'm new at this and I'm not having much luck. I have to do a 10 page paper on diabetes using only nursing journals. Does anyone have any advice?
Jan 21, '05
an online library system similar to university of penn's. contact your librarian & ask them how to access nursing research articles.
also, check: nursing center's online data base, advance for nurses' & advance for lpns', nursing spectrum, & of course you can search the data base from right here @ allnurses.com!
whichever way you choose, i wish you a lot of luck ~ cheers!
Last edit by SKM-NURSIEPOOH on Jan 21, '05
Jan 22, '05
I agree whole-heartedly with the above poster. Go to your school's library and find out what resources they have. Many have on-line systems that you can access.
However, many nursing journals are NOT on-line and you will have to actually go to the hardbound journal and copy the article. Libraries are usually wonderful sources of information: get well-acquainted with yours.