Welcome Nurse Anesthesia students!
This page provides you with links to Snell Library's nurse anesthesia resources. Click on the tabs below for article databases, e-books, e-journals and drug information resources for nurse anesthesia research.
AccessAnesthesiology is a prime resource for anesthesiology. AccessAnesthesiology includes:
Orient yourself to AccessAnesthesiology by watching a webinar recorded for Northeastern students and faculty.
Looking for articles but not sure where to start? For primary research articles, written by experts, try the databases listed below.
The brief videos below will help you develop your research question, choose keywords and offer tips for improving your search results!
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.
Anatomy.TV offers detailed 3D models of human anatomy, which may be rotated. Layers of anatomy may be added or removed. Includes dissection slides, ultrasound, MRI and CT scans.
Quizzes & Activities
Test your knowledge of anatomy with the Quizzes & Activities module of Anatomy.TV.
Number of questions
You can choose how many questions are to be featured in your quiz. The minimum number of questions is five.
There are two types of quiz questions: 'Where is' and 'What is'.
'Where is' questions will ask you to identify an anatomical structure in the 3D model. For example, if the question is 'Where is the femur?' you will need to find the femur in the 3D model and click on it.
'What is' questions will ask you to name the anatomical structure highlighted in the 3D model. You will be given a choice of five anatomical structures, of which only one is correct.
You will also have the choice to take easy or hard questions. Easy questions will test you on the basic functional anatomy of the chosen area, such as major muscles, ligaments and neurovascular supply. Difficult questions will test you on less obvious anatomical structures, such as divisions of musculature and detailed neurovascular supply.
You can also choose which 3D view to be tested on. You have the option to set the quiz on all or a subset of views.
During the quiz, you may want to consolidate your knowledge of a particular area of anatomy. This is facilitated by clicking on the Review button, which will open up the relevant product title in a new tab or window. Please note that once you have clicked on the Review button, subsequent clicks will refresh the currently opened tab or window, which may be displayed behind the Quiz window.