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NUR 202: Research and Ethics: Start

Ask for Help

  • Librarians are personal research consultants. We can help you think through possible search terms, suggest specific resources to search, track down sources and point you in directions you may not have considered. There are many ways to get in touch with us. (They're listed in the box below this one!)

  • Your professors are also here to help, plus they are experts in the field as well. So talk with them about your research & any problems you're having.

Ask Us!

Research Help:


This guide is intended to support your research in Nursing. Use the resources on the tabs above to explore various places to search. 

And keep the following in mind:

  • Don't hesitate to ask if you've got questions! Send me an email - I enjoy helping you solve any research problems you have. We can work via email or set up a virtual or in person time to chat.
  • You can also find library and research help at the library's Information Desk or via Reference Services

If you need a refresher on using the library, consult our Library FAQs and an overview of the Library. We also have a guide on how to do research well - use it to brush up and expand your research skills!

Additional Resources

There are a few additional guides that might be useful for your research. Be sure to consult the following guides - you might note that there is some overlap between the resources on these guides and your course guide. This will give you confidence that you're searching all the appropriate sources for your topics.

Class Slides

Here are the slides from our library session:


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