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Nursing: Journals & Magazines

Guide to Nursing & Allied Health research.

MU Journals

MU Journals Search
Search for electronic and print journals available from MU Libraries.

MedlinePlus Magazine

MedlinePlus Magazine -- a publication of the National Institute of Health and the Friends of the National Library of Medicine.

E-Journal Portals (Internet)

These links will connect you to free full-text journal content made available by publishers.  Titles and coverage may vary.

The Free Medical Journals Site provides over 650 titles in the medical field.  The site was created "to promote the free availability of full text medical journals on the Internet."

 

Periodicals (aka Serials) -- Journals, Magazines, Newspapers & More

Selected Periodicals - Print & Online

Periodicals, aka serials, are publications issued on a recurring basis.  They include items such as popular magazines, journals and newspapers. 

MU Journals Search, (also available on the main Libraries page), links you to MU Libraries Search for Journals.  Here you can search by title, issn, or subject.  Journal Search has detailed information for all our journals, magazines, and newspapers.  It indicates if the periodical is available online, in print, or in microfilm, and states the years of coverage. This page also gives you the option on the result list to search inside specific journal titles.  (See below)

MU Search Journals - search inside this journal option

The titles below are only a partial list of Nursing periodicals available in print, microfilm, and online through MU Libraries.  

To see MU periodicals just with the term "nursing" in the title, try a MU Journals Search with the term nursing as a "title contains all terms" search. You also have the options to Browse by Subject or Select a medical subject category to see a broader range of journals available in your subject areas.