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The UKSW Main Library invites you to use three new databases on nursing and related sciences, open in trial access until 4.05.2019.

Cinahl Complete – the most comprehensive full-text database in the field of nursing, covering also biomedicine, librarianship (in the field of health sciences), alternative medicine and 17 related health sciences. It indexes over 5,500 magazines (including 1,300 with full-text access) and contains over 5 million records (with archives from 1937). Offers access to the full collection of English-language magazines and publications published by the American Occupation Therapy Association and the American Diabetes Association and access to health books, dissertations in nursing, selected conference materials, care standards, educational programs, book and audiovisual chapters . The database contains searchable citations from over 1,500 journals.

Ebook Nursing Collection – contains 560 e-books in the field of nursing and related sciences. The database is updated every few months, with older books and editions being replaced with newer ones to provide users with the most up-to-date information.


Nursing Reference Center – contains evidence-based information about lifelong learning and nursing research. Provides detailed information about diseases and ailments, educational content for patients, laboratory and diagnostic data, guides to best practices, etc.


The bases can be tested from the terrain of both UKSW campuses and also on private devices.

Logo UKSW  from the university network ➡️
(select directly: “Nursing Reference Center”, and also in the EBSCOhost Web tab, select “Cinahl Complete” or “Ebook Nursing Collection” at the top)

Ikonka dom.  from outside the university network ➡️
(log in to USOS UKSW and select “EBSCO <all bases>” in the column “WWW bases”. In the newly opened tab, select directly “Nursing Reference Center”, and in the “EBSCOhost Web” tab select “Cinahl Complete” or ” Ebook Nursing Collection “at the very top).

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