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National Nurses Month

National Nurses Week 2022 begins on Friday, May 6, and runs through Thursday, May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. During this week, we recognize the contributions of nurses and nursing to our community. For a brief history of National Nurses Week, see the American Nurses Association (ANA) website. The week-long celebration has expanded to the entire month of May to honor the varying roles of nurses and all the ways they make a difference in the communities they serve.

Celebrate National Nurses Month by exploring some of our nursing specialty resources:

CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health)

Access this comprehensive database of nursing and allied health journals. Coverage includes 1937 to the present. Use this database to find scholarly journal articles, magazine and trade journal articles, evidence-based care sheets, and more.


ClinicalKey for Nursing

Use ClinicalKey for Nursing to find current, evidence-based information on conditions, procedures, drugs, and more. This nursing-specific tool includes books, journals, guidelines, and patient education. You can develop your clinical skills with procedural videos and clinical skill overviews.


JBI

JBI’s evidence-based practice resources assist healthcare professionals to implement an effective evidence-based practice program to provide the best possible patient care. Search the JBI EBP database or browse by subject areas for best practice information care sheets, evidence summaries, and systematic reviews.


Thank you to all our nurses at Stanford Medicine! Lane Library is here for you. Please contact us for help using our resources and services.

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