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Nursing and Health Sciences: Print Resources

Guide to Library and Internet resources for Nursing, Medical Laboratory Science, CNA, EMS/EMT/Paramedic, Medical Radiography, Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Therapist, and Surgical Technology Programs

Reserve Collection

Reserve materials are located at the Circulation Desk. These materials may be searched in the Library's Online Catalog (by title, author, keyword, etc.); OR, you may use the blue-lettered tool bar below the top DSC Library red banner and click on Reserve Desk. There you can look up Reserve materials by (1) instructor, (2) course number, or (3) course name.

Generally Reserve materials are for use in the library only and have a specified time limit; however, use is decided by your instructors who have put the materials on Reserve.


Circulating Books : Library Home Page Books & More Search Box (or go to Online Catalog).

Nursing/Dental Hygiene/Allied Health titles are generally located in either the "R" section of Library of Congress call numbers. Also look at "QH" and "QM" (anatomy atlases) WorldCat (OCLC) : A searchable OCLC catalog of books and other materials from Utah libraries and beyond. WorldCat is able to search the DSC online catalog alone, OR the Utah Academic Library Consortium (UALC) libraries throughout Utah and UNLV. WorldCat also covers libraries worldwide.

Nursing Clinics of North America (series)

Nursing Clinics of North America (series)  Edit/Delete
Call Number: RT 1 .N77
Books are in print only. -- Comprehensive, state-of-the-art reviews by experts in the field provide current, practical information geared to the active nurse. Each issue of Nursing Clinics focuses on either a single topic or two subjects relevant to Nursing practice, from specific patient population--such as women's, men's, adolescent, and geriatric health--to disease-specific topics such as asthma management, diabetes, sleep disorders, as well as updates in the fields of oncology, cardiology, pharmacology, emergency medicine, and psychiatry.
Library holdings: 1966-present.

Subject Guide

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