An online degree completion program that offers registered nurses an efficient way to enhance their ability to provide quality patient care while strengthening their value in the fast-growing nursing profession.
APA Style is a standardized writing format, established by the American Psychological Association, which you may need to follow when submitting projects or papers. If you have questions about APA formatting, look at our APA Style Guide.
RefWorks is a powerful online research management tool designed to help you easily gather, organize, store and share your research and to instantly generate citations and bibliographies. See our RefWorks research guide for information about using refworks.
You can access a number of newspapers from the library's website:
Provides access to the Chicago Tribune (1985 - present), Los Angeles Times (1985 - present), New York Times (1980 - present), Wall Street Journal (1984 - present) and Washington Post (1987 - present); you can search all five newspapers using the search box on the main page, or select an individual newspaper to search only that paper
A collaborative effort to implement solutions to the challenges facing the nursing profession, and to build upon nurse-based approaches to improving quality and transforming the way Americans receive health care.
The CDC Office of Genomics and Precision Public Health (OGPPH) provides timely and credible information for the effective and responsible translation of genomics and precision health advances into public health and health care.
The Human Genome Project ran from 1990 to 2003, and has since been subsumed under the National Human Genome Research Institute. The project coordinated was by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Institutes of Health. The current NHGRI website pertaining to the HGP.
Created and sponsored by the National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health. Terms run the alphabet from ACGT (acronym for the four bases found in a DNA molecule) to Zebrafish. Each entry offers an oral pronunciation, a text definition, a profile of a researcher in the area, an oral definition by that researcher, and illustrations and animations where appropriate. There's also a self-test, a text-only version, and an iPhone app.