Welcome Nurse Anesthesia students!
This page provides you with links to nurse anesthesia library resources. Click on the tabs below for article databases, e-books, e-journals and drug information resources for nurse anesthesia research.
As your librarian, and your "go-to" person for all things library-related, I'm dedicated to helping you become successful researchers, and I especially want you to feel welcome and confident using Snell Library's services and resources. Please contact me for a consultation. I'm available by email, phone, and web conference. For immediate research help please use Chat 24/7.
Looking for articles but not sure where to start? For articles describing primary research, written by experts in the field, try the nursing and medical databases listed below.
The brief videos below will help you develop your research question, choose keywords and offer tips for improving your search results!
Check out this short video to learn how to develop your research question! No time for a video? Flip through these slides!
Choosing your keywords carefully will help speed up the research process! Take a look at this brief video! Or check out these slides!
Need suggestions for using subject-specific databases, narrowing your search results, using subject headings and more? View the video or check out these slides!
For additional journals available in Snell Library, search the E-Journals A to Z list by journal title, or keywords such as anesthesia, anaesthesia, anesthesiology, anaesthesiology, pain.
2. Choose keywords for your topic.
3. Learn the shortcuts: use advanced search techniques to search databases more effectively and find the full text.
4. Interlibrary Loan: Use ILLIad, our interlibrary loan service to request articles not owned by Snell Library. HINT: click on the PDF link or the "Check NU LIbrary" in your database search results. If the article is not available, you will be prompted to link to ILLiad to submit your request.
5. Organize your citations using citation management tools such as RefWorks, EndNote, Mendeley or Zotero. Import your citations from your database search, then autoformat them into your preferred citation style, and insert the reference list into your paper.