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Nursing Undergraduate Student Library Research Guide: Home

Information to support undergraduate students as they become proficient users of library resources and services

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Build or review your library research skills

A list of self-teaching modules in health sciences research skills can be found at:

These can be used independently, or your professors might embed them into your course shell.

About this guide

       This guide has been organized to help you find both general information about the nursing profession and specific information to lead you through the library research process.  There is also information you might find useful in planning care for your patients, ie., the Online Reference Shelf. 

        When a discussion with a friendly and knowledgeable librarian would help you get started or move beyond a "challenge" in your research,  please reach out to one of the nursing librarians:

Camden Campus       Paul Robeson Library                         

          John Maxymuk  (856) 225-2842

New Brunswick Campus - RBHS      

          Robert Wood Johnson Health Sciences Library 

          Pamela Hargwood   (732) 235-7604  

Newark Campus     John Cotton Dana Library    

              Roberta Tipton  (973) 353-5910  (Interim)

Newark Campus - RBHS    

         George F. Smith Library of the Health Sciences

         Peggy Dreker    (973) 972-9549 


Other research guides with helpful information

     The following research guides contain helpful information in areas that are related to nursing.

RUL Research Guide for Education (Leslin Charles)

RUL Research Guide for Psychology (Laura Mullen)


Pam Hargwood

Roberta Tipton

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Roberta L. Tipton
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Interim Nursing Librarian
The John Cotton Dana Library

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