1. Advice for Autumn Quarter 2022:
2. Intro to the New Nursing Students Orientation Guide and handout.
3. Today - Julie would like to demonstrate searches from PubMed and CINAHL. Also, we could also demo the leadership database ScienceDirect, and the education databases ERIC and Education Source. See the Finding Articles page for the database links.
4. Relevant Course Assignments (Julie's Summary):
5. How did the library homework assignments go?
Please let Julie know of any questions/comments about or suggestions for improvements of the library assignments.
Julie’s goal to have the Panopto video, Interlibrary Loan, CINAHL, and PubMed Canvas learning activities be available to you throughout the program to refer back to for instructions, as needed.
6. Search Strategies for Leadership Models, Styles, and/or Theories (MST)
I suggest searching in the databases by using these strategies below to search for your clinical area and MSTs.
(Optional) If you want to search either the name of the MST, or the author of the MST, search with these strategies:
7. Nursing Theorists and Theories Search Tips
Stoerm has great lists of theorists linked at the bottom the "Module 3 Reading: Three Types of Theory" page in Canvas.
(Optional) If you want to search for the theory or theorist, search with these strategies:
You can also search in the databases by using the strategies below to search for your clinical or leadership area and nurs* theor*.
8. You can search across CINAHL, MedLine (PubMed), and other databases as the same time.
9. (Optional) Searching CINAHL Subject Headings for Nursing Theories:
10. The Finding Articles Page
11. The Finding Books Page
12. The (Optional) Citations Management Software Page
Google or Google Scholar search engines. Search for the name of the theory. Google is the largest World Wide Web search engine. The goal of Google Scholar is to limit to scholarly websites. Sources include peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. About Google Scholar.
Wikipedia. Search for the name of the theory. Wikipedia is a multilingual, web-based, free content encyclopedia project. It is written collaboratively by volunteers from all around the world. Most of the articles can be edited by anyone with access to the Internet, simply by clicking the edit this page link. In every article, links will guide you to associated articles, often with additional information. About Wikipedia.
Oct 1, 2021 Handout in both docx and PDF and formats: