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Nursing

This guide is intended to help faculty, students, and staff identify Nursing resources available at St. Johns River State College

About This Guide

This LibGuide will cover the Nursing Resources offered by St. Johns River State College Libraries.  It will also show you how to use library resources to locate both print and online information for your research.

How to use this Guide:

Select the tab on the left that fits best with your topic to find resources to assist you in your research.  The boxes within each tab provide specific resources organized by type of material, such as books, journals, databases, and trustworthy web sites.  For example, under the "Finding Books" tab is a list of books located in our Libraries about Nursing. When researching Nursing topics, please keep in mind that those resources older than 5 years should not be used, unless they are used for historical information.  For additional assistance, please contact myself or another Public Services Librarian.

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