This is the "About the EBN Guide" page of the "Evidence Based Nursing Introduction" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Evidence Based Nursing Introduction   Tags: learning_module  

Last Updated: Feb 12, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.unc.edu/ebn_intro Print Guide Email Alerts

About the EBN Guide Print Page
  Search: 
 

Meet Your Librarian

Profile Image
Julia Shaw-Kokot
Contact Info
Health Sciences Library
CB#7585
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7585
Phone: 919-966-0952
Send Email
Subjects:
Nursing, Copyright
 
 

Introduction

The goal of this guide is to serve as an introduction to Evidence Based Nursing. UNC HSL librarians performed literature and web searching to discover useful articles and web resources about evidence based practice targeted for nursing professionals and students.

While it is not intended to serve strictly as a teaching module on EBN, the resources mentioned and the site layout may be helpful for those desiring to learn more about the topic and may be a useful starting point in the creation of a more expansive and in-depth teaching tutorial.

The site is aimed at the audience of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and therefore includes links to journals, databases, and resources that may only be accessed by affiliates of the University.

Finally, if you have any questions about evidence based nursing resources or need help conducting searches, please do not hesistate to Ask a Librarian using the links to the right.  We're happy to help!

Other Evidence Based Nursing Guides

Interested in learning more about EBN?  This guide is linked reciprocally with two other evidence based nursing guides that you may find useful.  You can access them from the links below, or through the navigation tabs at the top of any of the three EBN guides.

Using Evidence Based Nursing in Practice
by Julia Shaw-Kokot - Last Updated Feb 24, 2013
5,290 views this year
Evidence Based Nursing Resources: Books, Articles, and Websites
by Julia Shaw-Kokot - Last Updated Nov 11, 2011
1,996 views this year
 

Ask a Librarian

We are here to help!

Email or Chat
FAQ
One-on-One Consultation 
Classes
Phone  919 - 962 - 0800
Text/SMS  919 - 584 - 5931

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip