Science Library (CN16), 285-1118
Health Library (HB101)
Nursing videos: DVD & VHS
Most videos (both VHS and DVD) are located in the lower level of Bracken Library in the Education, Music and Media (EMM) unit. However, the Science Library has a small collection of DVDs behind the counter which is listed below along with selected titles from EMM.
Includes step-by-step demonstrations of appropriate examination techniques for each specific
body system covered (e.g. abdomen, breast and axillae, neck vessels and heart, head, eyes,
and ears, motor system and reflexes, etc.). Provides rationales as well as detailed explanations
for every procedure.
Examines the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population--those over 85. While some are living longer and healthier lives, thanks to medical advances, for many this longevity also means physical decline, less available caregivers, and an overburdened healthcare system.
This series explores the life work and stories of 16 women who are widely regarded as nursing's premiere scholars. Each program featuring a modern theorist includes video interviews in which the theorist discusses her life, the evolution of her work and its impact on nursing practice and education. The CD, DVD and Online versions of the programs also contain a bibliography of the theorists' writings and a resource list of helpful websites and organizations. Completing the series is information about the life and work of Florence Nightingale.
Highlights prevention models that have led to reductions in the incidence of cancer by changes in behavior and medical procedures. Demonstrates the effectiveness of the PSA test in screening for prostate cancer, the discontinuation of tobacco and alcohol use in preventing cancer, and efforts to protect workers from cancer-causing carcinogens. Features commentary by different people's approaches to being diagnosed with cancer, and commentary by researchers and medical scientists
When searching for books and materials, use the following search terms, as relevant:
nursing or nurse, health care, allied health, medicine, primary care, geriatric nursing , pediatric nursing, rn or registered nurse
Description:eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) provides electronic access to books on a variety of subjects. It includes scholarly and popular works as well as fiction and children's literature. Time Period: 1900's to Present Sources: Contains nearly 5,000 books. Subject Headings: Art & Architecture, Business, Education, English & Linguistics, General, Health, History, Humanities, Law, Mobile, Music, Philosophy & Religion, Psychology, Science, Social Sciences, Technology Scholarly or Popular: Semi-scholarly Primary Materials: Books/e-books, Citations Information Included: Full Text,Citations MultiLink: Print Equivalent: None Publisher: EBSCOhost Updates: NA Number of Simultaneous Users: Unlimited
A tool for discovering the resources in the University Libraries collections. The simple search box allows researchers to discover credible and reliable library content in one simple search and see results in a relevancy-ranked list. Researchers can access full-text content when available, locate items in the libraries' collections, or request items through interlibrary loan if necessary.
Description:OneSearch is a tool that cross searches much of the content our databases and other online sources. You can search across many collections in one search box simplifying the resource discovery process. Time Period: 1600 to Present Sources: Subject Headings: Art & Architecture, Business, Education, English & Linguistics, General, Health, History, Humanities, News, Philosophy & Religion, Psychology, Science, Social Sciences, Technology Scholarly or Popular: Scholarly Primary Materials: Abstracts, Citations, Government Documents, Journal Articles, Books Information Included: Abstracts, Full Text, Citations Print Equivalent: None Publisher: ProQuest Updates: Daily Number of Simultaneous Users: Unlimited
Search WorldCat for titles held by libraries all over the U.S. and across the world. Once you find a title, use Interlibrary Loan services to request that it be sent to you at Ball State University.
Description: WorldCat is the collected catalog of materials (such as books) owned more than 54,000 libraries worldwide. Great for exhaustive searches for books on a topic. Look for the "Request via interlibrary loan" link in WorldCat records to borrow items from other libraries using Interlibrary Loan. Use the "Check OneSearch" link in the record to see if we have book first. Time Period: Antiquity-present Sources: over 43,000 libraries Subject Headings: Art & Architecture, Business, Education, English & Linguistics, General, Health, History, Humanities, Law, Mobile, Music, Philosophy & Religion, Psychology, Science, Social Sciences, Technology (Books, etc.) Scholarly or Popular: Semi-scholarly Primary Materials:Books, videos, computer software, music, etc. Information Included: Citations only MultiLink: No Print Equivalent: None Publisher: OCLC Updates: Daily Number of Simultaneous Users: Unlimited