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Nursing Consult: An Evidence-Based Point of Care Resource from Mosby's

11/02/11  Portland, Ore.

 

The Library is providing access to Mosby's Nursing Consult. You can also connect to Nursing Consult directly from Mosby's Nursing Skills, the procedural resource recently purchased by the OHSU Hospital.

 

 The Library is providing access to Mosby's Nursing Consult.

You can also connect to Nursing Consult directly from Mosby's Nursing Skills, the procedural resource recently purchased by the OHSU Hospital.

  

Nursing Consult is a comprehensive online reference tool that allows nurses to quickly find the clinical information they need to provide the best patient care.

Developed by Elsevier and an advisory board of respected nursing thought leaders, and based on the latest evidence, Mosby's Nursing Consult helps to:

Quickly find answers to clinical questions

Educate patients

Stay informed of new developments

Nursing Consult is powered by:

• Evidence-Based Nursing Monographs

Provide practicing nurses with the latest and most relevant evidence to solve clinical problems.

• Patient Education

Over 8,000 customizable patient handouts and information sheets, with a third also in Spanish.

• Drug Information

Comprehensive Drug Information including: FDA updates, drug calculators, and monographs searchable by generic or brand name, indication or contraindication, and adverse reactions.

• Reference Books

Refer to the authoritative information inside nursing and medical reference books - with the speed and accuracy of an online search.

• Journals

Access to full-text content from Elsevier's top nursing journals and clinics. Search MEDLINE and Mosby's Index at the same time.

• Practice Guidelines

Peer-reviewed, fully referenced articles on major clinical topics written by nurse experts from a nursing perspective.

•Clinical Updates and Nursing News

Reference current nursing best practices based on the latest news, research, and clinical findings.

More info on Nursing Consult

Review of Nursing Consult in the Journal of the Medical Library Association.

Questions?  Contact Loree Hyde:  hydel@ohsu.edu