Tag Archives: Nursing

Nursing Test Prep Titles on Course Reserve

If you’re studying for the nursing HESI or NCLEX tests, take a look at the test preparation books GRCC has on Library Course Reserve. Test prep books are “hot” titles at GRCC.  When we can afford multiple copies, one copy is available for a short-term loan outside of the library, while the second copy is to be used in-the-Library-only.  That way, there is always one copy available for study (or for personally photocopying).  Few publishers will sell e-versions of test prep books to libraries; they just sell to individuals.

Nursing students studying for the NCLEX exam.
Nursing students studying for the NCLEX exam. (boardvitals.com)

Take a look at the HESI/NCLEX tab on the Nursing Subject Guide. Please – be considerate of others waiting to use copies that can be checked outside of the library. Return test prep books on-time!

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New Database: Health Management

Health Management graphic

Medical Milers – take note!  A component of ProQuest Central database, Health Management is for those interested in  health administration. This high-demand healthcare management content is useful to students and faculty in GRCC’s allied health, business, general health, and Continuing Education programs.  Find reliable and relevant information on topics including:

  • Hospitals
  • Insurance
  • Law
  • Statistics
  • Business management
  • Personnel management
  • Ethics
  • Health economics
  • Public health administration

Health Management can be searched on its own, as part of ProQuest Central, and via our new OneSearch method.

If you’re off-campus or using wireless, you may be asked to log on with your last name and 7-digit Raider number.

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Nursing Outlook

We have a free trial for Nursing Outlook.  Try it and and post your comments here for us or let us know off-blog.

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