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  1. Key texts 12 items
    1. We will draw heavily on these books especially the first two by Ellis. Students may wish to buy at least one study skills book and one research book suited to your individual learning/reading style. These will be a valuable resource for the entire course and their career.

    2. Evidence-based practice in nursing - Peter Ellis 2019

      Book 

    3. Evidence-based practice in nursing - Peter Ellis 2016

      Book 

    4. Understanding research for nursing students - Peter Ellis 2016

      Book Essential Reading

    5. Understanding research for nursing students - Peter Ellis 2013

      Book Essential Reading

    6. The study skills handbook - Cottrell, Stella 2013

      Book 

    7. Study skills for nursing and healthcare students - Michelle Cowen, Pat Maier, Geraldine Price 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    8. Research methods for nursing and healthcare - John Maltby, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    9. Passing calculations tests for nursing students - Susan Starkings, Larry Krause 2015

      Book 

    10. Passing calculations tests for nursing students - Starkings, Susan, Krause, Larry 2013

      Book 

    11. Writing your nursing portfolio: a step-by-step guide - Fiona Timmins, Anita Duffy 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  2. Books 3 items
    1. Useful background textbooks by key authors. Copies in the library plus e-book copies.

    2. Guided reflection: a narrative approach to advancing professional practice - Christopher Johns, Christopher Johns, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    3. Nursing research: principles, process and issues - Parahoo, Kader 2006

      Book 

  3. Websites 2 items
    1. This is a really useful website for study skills.

  4. Subject Guide for Nursing 1 item
    Help for using the library as a nursing student. Finding Journal Articles section includes links to databases such as CINAHL plus.