Saturday, February 28, 2009

Nursing and Allied Health Databases

If you are someone you know is a nurse or nursing student or other allied health worker or student, you may want to let them know that they can obtain access--FOR FREE--to some pretty powerful nursing and allied health databases through the Terrebonne Parish Library.


The Gale Nursing and Allied Health Collection (click above), will provide you with an intuitive and easy-to-use search interface that will allow you to find full-text and PDF articles pertinet to the nursing and allied health fields.

Through the Louisiana Library Consortium, the Terrebonne Parish Library also gets EBSCO's nursing and allied health offerings. The EBSCO interface isn't quite as easy to use when it comes to nursing sources (but still powerful), so a video is provided here to make it a little easier:

Spread the word to any nursing or allied health students you might know. We try to make their lives a little easier!

For more information, contact Darryl Eschete at 985-876-1733 ext. 242 or email him at

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