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NURS 2260 -- Children/Families -- Evidence-Based APA Article Assignment: Home

This guide is intended as a supplement to library instruction for the Evidence-Based APA Article Assignment required in NURS 2260.

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What do we mean by evidence-based?

Sackett et al., 2000, has provided us with a universally accepted definition: the integration of the best research with clinical expertise and patient values. Evidence-based nursing, therefore is a rigorous methodology where all the research data for a particular problem or issue are analyzed together, also accounting for values and expert consensus. Nurse educators incorporate evidence-based practice into their curricula and use evidence-based strategies to support their teaching strategies. Nurse regulators use evidence-based regulation in their regulation of nurses.

(From Evidence-based Nursing Education)

For a visual diagram of the parts of a scholarly article, see:

http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/tutorials/scholarly-articles/    

 

For further explanations of the parts of scholarly articles, see the links below:

http://libguides.utep.edu/goodies

http://library.defiance.edu/c.php?g=333795&p=2243600

https://library.trocaire.edu/services/studentservices/researchassistance/scholart/

 

For additional tips on reading scholarly articles, see:

https://myelms.umd.edu/courses/1082806/pages/how-do-i-even-read-that-understanding-scholarly-articles 

 

 

How to Cite Articles Retrieved from Databases or the Web:

Articles retrieved from databases or the web are cited in 3 different ways. If the article has a DOI (digital object identifier) then use the first example below. However, if the article is found on the web and no DOI is assigned, then follow the second example. Finally, if the article is retrieved from a subscription database and no DOI is assigned, use the third example.

Culver, J. L., Arnow, B. A., & Ketter, T. A.. (2007). Bipolar disorder: Improving diagnosis and optimizing integrated care. Journal of

Clinical Psychology,63(1), 72-93. doi:10.1002/jclp.20333

 

Silva, R.R., Matzner, F., Diaz, J., Singh, S., & Dummit III, E.S. (1999). Bipolar disorder in children and adolescents: A guide to

diagnosis and treatment. CNS Drugs,12(6), 437-450.  Retrieved from 

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/adis/cns/1999/00000012/00000006/art00003

 

Hauser, M. U. (2013). The significance of at-risk or prodromal symptoms for bipolar I disorder in children and adolescents. Canadian

Journal of Psychiatry, 58(1), 22-31. Retrieved from Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection.

 

Additional Resources on APA Style:

APA at the OWL
APA--Reference List: Electronic Sources (Web Publications)
This resource contains detailed info on how to cite articles found on the web or in databases in the APA style.

Trinity College Cite Source: APA
Trinity College Cite Source: APA 
The examples on this site follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. (2010).

 

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