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A guide to phlebotomy resources from the EFSC Libraries.

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CINAHL contains Quick Lessons which are nursing overviews for a variety of diseases and conditions detailing description/etiology, signs and symptoms, assessment, treatment goals, red flags, and what to tell the patient/patient’s family

CINAHL Quick Lessons

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Also checkout the Consumer Health web sites under the Internet Resources tab.

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  • Use AND to refine your search and narrow the number of results.  Example: nursing AND shortage

  • To search a phrase, enclose the term in quotation marks. Example: "alternative medicine"

  • To find all possible word endings add *. Example: infect* finds infects, infected, infection, infecting, etc.

  • Too many results? Search the terms in the subject field, rather than all search fields.

  • Still can't find what you need? Email Ask-A-Librarian.

Google Scholar can be used to locate free online scholarly publications such as peer-reviewed papers, books, abstracts and articles from a variety of academic sources.

Under Settings, if you set library links, Google Scholar will link to documents with the full text content in select EFSC subscription databases.

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Have you found a good book or article but discover it is not available at EFSC or any other public colleges and universities in Florida? Use ILLiad, EFSC's interlibrary loan system to request books or articles from other libraries.


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