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Ashland University Library sources for Nursing students and faculty.


Cochrane reviews bring you the combined results of the world’s best medical research studies, and are recognised as the gold standard in evidence-based health care.

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Sign Up for Article Alerts for CINAHL

An EBSCO Alert allows you to receive email notification of new content that matches your research interests in CINAHL, Health Source Nursing Acadmic or any other EBSCO database. This is done by saving a search and setting it up as an alert. Alerts can be run against new records daily, weekly, biweekly or monthly and can be set to run as long as one year. For example, if you have searched for articles on maternal-infant HIV transmission, you may save the search and EBSCO will email you current articles on the subject on a regular basis, as they are published. 

RSS Feeds for CINAHL & EBSCO Databases

  1. You will first need to be subscribed to an aggregator or RSS newsreader
  2. Run a search in CINAHL, Health Source Nursing Academic or any other EBSCO database
  3. Click the RSS feed icon OR Alert/Save/Share (then Create RSS feed) at the top of your results

     4. Copy the Syndication Feed link

    5. Follow your feed reader's instructions to create a new feed and paste this link

    6. You will be notified when your search has been updated with results related to your search alert


EBSCO Database Apps

Tailor-made for the smaller screens of mobile devices, these applications offer the most important EBSCOhost features and functionality right in the palm of your hand—providing the same user-friendly and easy-to-use search experience that is available online.

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