To find previous student's dissertations, search "Middlesex nursing dissertation" on the library catalogue. They are available from the UniHelp desk.
You will need to be able to provide the author and title of the dissertation as well as your library details - there are forms you can use on the librarian's desk on the 1st floor.
Your librarian is holding dissertation workshops for third year nurses. These are bookable on your NIP3330 module page on My UniHub.
You only need to book one session - the session will help you start searching for information on your dissertation topic.
Cite them right will help you to reference just about any source, and understand how to avoid plagiarism. Make sure you have logged into Unihub before accessing.
Well - this is it! You are in your final year and almost ready to graduate as a professionally qualified nurse. These pages are aimed at supporting you through your final year modules to help you with searching, evaluating and referencing for your dissertation. Good luck and we hope to see you soon!
The main purpose of a database such as Medline or CINAHL is to find references to good quality research evidence.
Sometimes you will be able to access the article straight away or you will able to find a paper copy of the journal in the library.
However sometimes you will need to order the article using the reference you found on the database.
You can order the article through the Inter Library Loans Service for a small charge (£3). Follow the link below for more details.