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Referencing your work
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.
Cite Them Right Online Description: Cite them right online covers a comprehensive range of source types, alongside detailed advice on referencing and its importance in academic work
Subject Scope: For use by students in Business, Criminology and Sociology, Health and Education, Science and Technology and Work Based Learning. Art and Design, Law and 3rd year H&E should follow the links in the Referencing Library Subject guide. http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/plagiarismreferencing
BNF apps for smartphones and tablets
The BNF app
The British National Formulary (BNF) app has been developed to provide easy access to the latest up-to-date prescribing information from the most widely-used medicines information resources within the NHS. Available for iOS and Android devices. Click on the link to find out more.
Finding Books and Journal Articles
Use Library Search to find your books, journal articles and other online resources.
Library Search (Hendon) Use Library Search to find and access quality academic resources.
It replaces Summon and the Library Catalogue.
Below are some key resources recommended by your lecturers:
Find full text articles from key UK nursing journals, including British Journal of Nursing.
CINAHL is an excellent tool to help you carry out a comprehensive search for relevant references. Remember you will not have access to all articles as full text.
British Nursing Database
An extensive and up to date nursing and midwifery database, covering over 200 UK journals and other English-language titles
Cochrane (Open Access Resource)
Provides free access to the ‘Cochrane Reviews’, which bring together research on the effects of health care and are considered to be the ‘gold standard’ for determining the relative effectiveness of different health interventions).
Medline is an excellent tool to help you carry out a comprehensive search for relevant references. Remember you will not have access to all articles as full text.