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This guide provides you with links to recent articles in the most widely read nursing research journals. The journals are grouped by subject; click on one of the tabs to see the journals available for that subject. You will then see the journal title with links to recently published articles. Once you click on a link, you may have to log in to the proxy server to view the full text.
This sampling of journal articles will provide you with examples of research articles and help keep you up to date with new research. Keep in mind, however, that if you are looking for articles on a specific topic, it may be best to do a literature search in one of our online databases. You may want to start with one of these:
MEDLINE - for medical topics
CINAHL - for nursing or other allied health topics
PsycINFO - for psychology topics
Go to the Databases page for a full list of our electronic resources.