Welcome to the Graduate Nursing Library Guide!
This guide gathers together Library resources to support your Graduate Nursing studies.
- We have many print textbooks on Reserve at the Library and also as e-books, search here by book title for print or here for e-books.
- Looking for FNP resources? See https://resources.library.lemoyne.edu/guides/nurse-practitioner
Your Librarian contact for questions on Library resources for Nursing is Virginia Young.
Link to Clinical Resources
- Guide to Clinical Documentation by Understand the when, why, and how! Here's your guide to developing the skills you need to master the increasing complex challenges of documenting patient care. Step by step, a straightforward 'how-to' approach teaches you how to write SOAP notes, document patient care in office and hospital settings, and write prescriptions. You'll find a wealth of examples, exercises, and instructions that make every point clear and easy to understand. See what practitioners and students are saying online... Definitely worth the purchase."This is a guide which will stay with you during your whole nursing program...so do not rent you must buy it and think of it as a documentation bible!"--Barbie Great resource for NP/PA school."Purchased this for my NP program. The book made writing SOAP notes and H&Ps very simple! Would recommend as a great resource"--Dr. Jon Love this! "Right down to it charting instructions and guidance. Even discusses codes and other factors of charting I had not taken into such deep account before. ... this book helped me understand how much more charting, other than SOAP's, must be completed for compliance standards. I feel this book is for just about everyone who is learning to chart as a reimbursable provider. --D. ConleyCall Number: Print and ebook (single user) versions availableISBN: 9780803666627Publication Date: 2018-08-16
- NEJM Clinical Guideline WatchThe most clinically relevant guidelines summarized and put into context for you by NEJM Journal Watch editors.
- USPSTF RecommendationsCreated in 1984, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is an independent, volunteer panel of national experts in prevention and evidence-based medicine. The Task Force works to improve the health of all Americans by making evidence-based recommendations about clinical preventive services such as screenings, counseling services, and preventive medications. All recommendations are published on the Task Force’s Web site and/or in a peer-reviewed journal.
- USPSTF ePSS Web and App versionsThe Prevention TaskForce (formerly ePSS) application assists primary care clinicians to identify the screening, counseling, and preventive medication services that are appropriate for their patients.