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Nursing Program Playbook

About this Playbook

female nurse; image source Microsoft

 

 

This playbook contains resources for students in PVCC's nursing program. For information about the program, please visit the program's page. For help with any of  the materials on this playbook, or to book a consultation, please contact reference@pvcc.edu.

 

 

Books Available Online

You may need some e-books for some of your nursing classes. Two of them are:

  1. Vallerand, A.H., Sanoski, C.A., & Deglin, J.H. (2017). Davis’s drug guide for nurses (15th ed.).   F.A. Davis Company.  Retrieved from Nursing Reference Center, EBSCOhost.
  2. Van Leeuwen, A.M., & Bladh, M.L. (2015). Davis’s comprehensive handbook of laboratory & diagnostic tests with nursing implications (6th ed.). F.A. Davis Company. Retrieved from Nursing Reference Center, EBSCOhost.

To find these books and others, follow the instructions below:

  • Go to the Nursing Reference Center database
  • If prompted, log in with your MyPVCC ID and password
  • Click on the Practice Resources tab
  • Click on the book's cover

Nursing textbooks

How to cite your textbooks

1. Citing the first two volumes together

Nursing: A concept-based approach to learning (3rd ed., vols. 1-2). (2019).Pearson.

2. Citing individual volumes

Nursing: A concept-based approach to learning (3rd ed., vol. 1). (2019). Pearson.

Nursing: A concept-based approach to learning (3rd ed., vol. 2). (2019). Pearson.

Callahan, B. (Ed.). (2019). Clinical nursing skills: A concept-based approach to learning (3rd ed., vol. 3). Pearson.

 

Need help?

  • For help finding books or articles, use the information in the library's playbooks. Librarians can help you understand the playbooks, but they cannot conduct research for you.
  • For help with formatting citations, please use the library's citation styles playbooks. Please note the librarians cannot help you with citation generators, or with any citation guide other than the library's. 
  • For help with composition issues (such as spelling, grammar, flow, etc.), please visit the Writing Center.
  • If you have questions, please contact the librarians at reference@pvcc.edu