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Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition provides nearly 550 scholarly full-text journals, including nearly 450 peer-reviewed journals focusing on many medical disciplines. Also featured are abstracts and indexing for nearly 850 journals.
Coverage of nursing and allied health is particularly strong, including full-text articles from Creative Nursing, Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, Journal of Clinical Nursing, Journal of Community Health Nursing, Journal of Nursing Management, Nursing Ethics, Nursing Forum, Nursing Inquiry, and many more.
In addition, this database includes Clinical Pharmacology, which provides access to up-to-date, concise, and clinically relevant drug monographs for all U.S. prescription drugs, hard-to-find herbal and nutritional supplements, over-the-counter products, and new drugs. The majority of full-text titles are available in native (searchable) PDF, or scanned-in-color.
Full-text information in this database dates as far back as 1975.
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Go to the UNLV Libraries' home page. Under Find, select Articles, then under Article databases by name, click on the letter H and select Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition.