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PCN 101 Resource Finding Guide

Use this guide to access and search for required and/or recommended articles related to PCN 101. It provides instructions for using the LLCC Library homepage to access articles listed in the PCN Syllabus under the heading: Articles available at the Librar

Nursing Education in Video: STREAM current videos of nursing skills, procedures, etc.

  • Use the links above to access: Faculty selected video playlists for nursing students enrolled in ADN 110 and ADN 120.
  • Course relevant online streaming video footage compiled into a single video.
  • Look to the right of the video window to find tabs labeled Tracks and Transcript, to find time notations and headings. Scroll and click in the transcript window to jump forward to desired and relevant materials. {Playlist compiled by Melissa Glossop in the NSL}

Search Nursing Journals: EbscoHost: the Database MALL for CINAHL+full-Text + Health Source: Nursing/Academic

Specialized (PSYCHOLOGY) Database

Non-Academic: Health Source: Consumer Edition (magazine and patient information)

OVID: Community College Nursing Journals with MEDLINE

AJN, American Journal of Nursing (1996-2015) 
Healthcare Now 
(2015) 
Home Healthcare Nurse (2000-2014)
Med/Surg Insider Supplement (2009) 
Men in Nursing (2009-2010)
Nursing (2002-2015)
Nursing Critical Care (2006-2015) 
Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! (2003-2015)

Ovid Journals are a great place to find continuing education, how-to, and evidenced-based practice articles from the Nursing magazines and journals listed above covering a wide range of topics. The interface is a bit slow and a little tricky to look at. Be patient for your results to appear in the bottom panel (allowing pop ups will speed things up a little bit) and look to the column on the LEFT to help narrow and focus your results (by date, etc).