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In addition to general resources, the Library provides specific resources for each program. The resources are divided into three sections, and are intended to be a starting point only and are not a comprehensive guide to all the resources available. Always be sure to Ask a Librarian.
► Databases: highlights the Library's databases that are most relevant to your program.
► Library Materials: features books, ebooks, journals, and/or media in your program that are listed in the Library Catalog.
► Web Resources: lists recommended Web resources, selected and annotated by NEIT's Reference Librarians.
► General Reference Resources: quick access to Web resources including dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other sources. Selected and annotated by NEIT's Reference Librarians.
STAT!Ref is our newest subscription service for e-books.
STAT!Ref’s offering includes full text medical, nursing and related healthcare reference resources. The clinical textbooks and manuals will help you quickly find answers about diagnosis and treatments as well as quickly find answers about drugs, their interactions and uses.
► To access the complete listing below of the full-text books in the catalog, click here.
♦ Stedman's Medical Dictionary
♦ AAFP Conditions A-Z (2015)
♦ AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice - 2015 Edition
♦ Complementary & Alternative Therapies in Nursing - 7th Ed. (2014)
♦ Davis's Comprehensive Handbook of Laboratory & Diagnostic Tests
with Nursing Implications - 6th Ed. (2015)
♦ Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses® - 14th Ed. (2015)
♦ EKG Plain and Simple - 3rd Ed. (2012)
♦ Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice - 4th Ed. (2012)
♦ Handbook of Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Imbalances - 3rd Ed. (2010)
♦ ICU Book, Marino’s The - 4th Ed. (2014)
♦ Kaplan & Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry: Behavioral
Sciences/Clinical Psychiatry - 11th Ed. (2015)
♦ Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice - 10th Ed. (2014)
♦ Lippincott Nursing Procedures - 7th Ed. (2016)
♦ Olds' Maternal-Newborn Nursing & Women's Health
Across the Lifespan - 10th Ed. (2016)
♦ Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing - 4th Ed. (2015)
♦ Washington Manual® of Medical Therapeutics, The - 34th Ed. (2014)
♦ Wound Management: Principles and Practice - 3rd Ed. (2012)
An interdisciplinary approach to stroke rehabilitation
yields improved outcomes
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation is the leading journal devoted to the study and dissemination of interdisciplinary, evidence-based, clinical information related to stroke rehabilitation. The journal’s scope covers physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, neurorehabilitation, neural engineering and therapeutics, neuropsychology and cognition, optimization of the rehabilitation system, robotics and biomechanics, pain management, nursing, physical therapy, cardiopulmonary fitness, mobility, occupational therapy, speech pathology and communication. There is a particular focus on stroke recovery, improving rehabilitation outcomes, quality of life, activities of daily living, motor control, family and care givers, and community issues. [6/15]
Online access to "Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation"
Online access is complete from 1994 - present
Print access in the library from 1999 - 2014
ICE Learning Center (ezproxy link - [10/16] )
International Clinical Educators (ICE) provides videos which are professionally filmed and feature actual patients and clinicians demonstrating practical and effective treatment ideas. Founder Jan Davis, MS, OTR/L is an internationally recognized leader in providing clinical training to occupational therapists, physical therapists and assistants.
The Library staff has prepared a Research Video for the Occupational Therapy community. Constructed and narrated by Reference Librarian Joe Holland, MLS, you will find an excellent overview of how and where to find articles, and other information needed for research for the program in about 12 minutes. The video also includes getting to your resources on the Library website including how best to find articles and other research pertinent to your study such as subscription databases, print materials and much more. For further help and information, be sure to speak with the Reference Librarian at the Reference Desk.
Narrated by Joseph Holland, MLS
Editor Rick Tobin