This guide includes resources and information for KIN 494:
The RefWorks How To Library Guide includes links to Tutorials on using RefWorks and Write-n-Cite, instructions to download Write-n-Cite, and the incredibly useful 'Importing from Databases' tab with instructions on how to import references from many databases available through ASU Library, including PubMed, CINAHL, Cochrane, and more.
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Research Databases tutorial (4:23) - What are research databases and why should you use them? What advantages do they have over general web search engines like Google?
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Medline Plus - from the National Institute of Health (NIH), Medline Plus is the premier open access consumer health information web site, with overviews on health topics and conditions, drug and supplement information, videos, and more.
PubMed Health - from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and the National Library of Medicine (NLM), PubMed Health provides information for consumers and clinicians on prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions. PubMed Health specializes in reviews of clinical effectiveness research, with easy-to-read summaries for consumers as well as full technical reports. Clinical effectiveness research finds answers to the question “What works?” in medical and health care.
AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) - AHRQ is committed to improving care safety and quality by developing successful partnerships and generating the knowledge and tools required for long-term improvement. The central goal of our research is measurable improvements in health care in America, gauged in terms of improved quality of life and patient outcomes, lives saved, and value gained for what we spend.
'Free to use/adapt' images, videos, and more with Creative Commons licenses specifically giving permission for free re-use for educational or other purposes
Use the Creative Commons Search and type a keyword in the search box to find photos and images via Flickr, Google Images, and other sources, that have a Creative Commons license for re-use, adaptation, or other purposes
**you still (always) need to cite your source if you use these in your presentation, to give attribution (credit) to the photo/image creator
How to cite an online image in APA style:
If Author is given:
Author (Role of Author). (Year image was created). Title of work [Type of work], Retrieved Month Day, Year, from: URL (address of website)
If no Author:
Title of work [Type of work]. (Year image was created). Retrieved Month Day, Year, from: URL (address of website)
Flickr photo example*:
Deal, P. (Photographer). (2011). Nurse [digital photograph], Retrieved September 6, 2012, from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/armymedicine/5710329658
*In this example of a Flickr photo citation, the photographer's name is given in the caption - if it were not given, I would use the name of the person/group who posted the photo as the author if they took the photo, but if there is any question, use the example for the general 'No Author' format above.
Open Clip Art image example:
bedpanner. (Artist). (2012). Enrolled scrub nurse [digital image], Retrieved September 6, 2012, from: http://openclipart.org/detail/168580/enrolled-scrub-nurse-by-bedpanner
Open Clip Art image example - done as though no author given (since the official name of the artist is not given):
Enrolled scrub nurse [digital image]. (2012). Retrieved September 6, 2012, from: http://openclipart.org/detail/168580/enrolled-scrub-nurse-by-bedpanner