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Nursing @ Detroit Mercy: Health Systems Management

Introduction to Electronic Books (eBooks)

Image by India EduSome ebooks are single-user books - one user at a time. Others allow multiple users at once.

Most of your required and recommended textbooks have been set to online reading only. eBooks will "timeout" after various periods of inactivity (10-30 min). Chapters and pages within the eBooks can be downloaded to your computer and/or printed. 

All electronic books are accessible from off-campus. You will be directed to log in through Blackboard. If you need assistance, please ask a librarian.

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Librarian Contact

Jill Turner, BSN, MLIS

turnerja1@udmercy.edu

Dental Library: 313-494-6903

McNichols Library: 313-993-1157

Finding Full Articles

Step-by-step instructions for finding full articles.

eJournals of Interest

Outcome Assessment Resources

Accessing EBSCO eBook Collection

eBooks from EBSCO require a second log-in using a password and user name you create through EBSCO (or CINAHL). See the handout below for step-by-step instructions for creating this account.

Databases for Evidence Based Health Management

The following databases contain articles on evidence based health management

These are additional databases that may help you find references (citations) for articles. For a conprehensive list of medical/nursing databases, see the Find Articles tab at the top of the page.

Sometimes the full article will be linked through the reference. Other times you will need to find the full article a different way. See "Finding Full Articles" link to the left for instructions on finding the full article if it is not available with the reference.

Business / Informatics Databases for Health Systems Management

These are additional databases that will help you find references (citations) for articles about business and/or informatics.For a conprehensive list of medical/nursing databases, see the Find Articles tab at the top of the page.

Sometimes the full article will be linked through the reference. Other times you will need to find the full article a different way. See "Finding Full Articles" link to the left for instructions on finding the full article if it is not available with the reference.