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Health Research Guide: Home

A guide to help you getting started with your research for Nursing and Health Sciences.

Content Overview

This LibGuide has been designed for students studying health-related courses, such as nursing, midwifery and health science.

The purpose is for you to better understand how and where to find information for assignments, how to develop a search strategy and how to evaluate the resources that you have located.

You can work through this LibGuide or use it as a resource to refer to when you don't quite know where to start on an assignment.


Use the tabs to find information on these topics:

Resource types: What are resources and what types of different resources are there.

Search strategies: How to develop a search strategy based on your assignment information.

Evaluation: What types of sources are there and how do you evaluate if they are appropriate to use for your assignment.

Referencing: What is referencing, why do we reference, what is plagiarism and where do you start.

FAQ: Other students might have asked the same questions your are asking, check it out.


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