Current Awareness and Professional Literature

HLG Nursing Bulletin Vol 31 (3/4)

Badia, G. (2011) ‘Statistical measures alone cannot determine which database (BNI, CINAHL, MEDLINE or EMBASE) is the most useful for searching undergraduate nursing topics’, Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice, 6 (1), pp. 71– 73. [Online] Available at: 9561/7863 (Accessed: 10 November 2011)

Barnoy, S. et al (2011), ‘Self-epistemic authority and nurses’ reactions to medical information that is retrieved from Internet sites of different credibility’, Nursing & Health Sciences, 13 (3), pp. 366–370.

Chamberlain, D. & Brook, R. (2011) ‘Focus groups for allied health professionals and professions allied to technical services in the NHS – marketing opportunities, lessons learnt and recommendations’, Health Information and Libraries Journal, 28 (3), pp. 179-187

Chern, L. (2011) ‘Help with health information on the web’, Electronic Library, 29 (5), pp. 621–636.

Dittmer, A. (2011) ‘A study of popular library resources for bedside nurses: theoretical reflections and implications for practice at Blessing Health Professionals Library’, Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 11 (3), pp. 280-288.

Jacobsen, H. E. & Andenæs R. (2011) ‘Third year nursing students’ understanding of how to find and evaluate information from bibliographic databases and internet sites’, Nurse Education Today, 26 (6), pp. 494-500.

Kenefick, C. (2011) ‘The case for embedded hospital librarianship’, Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 11 (2), pp. 195-199.

Lynch-Saur, J. et al (2011) ‘Nursing students’ attitudes towards video games and related new media technologies’, Journal of Nursing Education, 50 (9), pp. 513-523.

Paget, T. & Dundon, J. (2011) ‘The map of medicine and student nurses’ information-seeking behaviour’, International Journal of Care Pathways, 15 (3), pp. 55-64.

Polit, Denise (2011) ‘Impact factors in nursing journals’, Nursing Outlook, 59 (1), pp. 18-28.

Roberts, D. & Ousey, K. (2011) ‘Finding and using evidence in assignments: the bane of student life’, Nurse Education in Practice, 11 (5), pp. 333-340.

Spring, H. (2011) ‘If you cannot beat them, join them! Using health 2.0 and popular Internet applications to improve information literacy’, Health Information & Libraries Journal, 28 (2), pp. 148–152.

Stokes, P. & Urquhart, C. (2011) ‘Profiling information behaviour of nursing students: part 1: quantitative findings’, Journal of Documentation, 67 (6), pp. 908–932.

Traynor, M. (2011) ‘Bibliometrics as politics: the case of emerging disciplines’, International Nursing Review, 58 (1), pp. 26–27.

Turnbull, B et al (2011) ‘Using an interdisciplinary partnership to develop nursing students’ information literacy skills: an evaluation’, Contemporary Nurse, 38 (1/2), pp. 122-129.

Ware, F. (2011), ‘The development of a blended learning approach to delivering information skills training to large health related student audiences with limited staff resource’, Health Information and Libraries Journal, 28 (3), pp. 230-236.

Also available are the slides from most of the presentations at the 2011 Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC) LILAC 2011. Available at: (Accessed 10 November 2011)

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