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Nursing @ Webster University Library by Holly Hubenschmidt   Tags: care-giving, health care, medicine, nurses, nursing  

Last Updated: Feb 17, 2014 URL: http://libguides.webster.edu/nursing Print Guide RSS Updates

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What This Guide is For:

 

The Information Pyramid

 

Scholarly & Popular Sources

 

Starting your Search!

Nursing Databases

For most nursing topics, these databases are a good place to start.  For related resources, see our Nursing/Medicine Databases page.

 

Don't Forget!

 

Beyond the Library: Interlibrary Loan!

 

Citation Help!

Webster APA Style Research Guide

Your main source for help with APA Style. We have information from the writing center, links to helpful websites, interactive tutorials from the American Psychological Association (APA), and even citation builders like RefWorks to help with the heavy lifting of writing and formatting those tricky citations!

Purdue OWL: APA Style

Purdue University's Online Writing Center (OWL) maintains an extensive website with helpful information for many writing styles, including APA. This is a quick and easy reference if you have a specific question about a citation or would like to see examples of papers formatted in APA Style.

RefWorks

RefWorks is a citation manager that will make writing your bibliography much easier. All you need to do is log in with your last name and 7-digit Webster ID, plug in your source information, and let the software format the bibliography! A word of caution though,  machines can make mistakes. RefWorks might not get the citation format exactly right, so you should always double-check!

 

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