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Last Updated: Jan 20, 2016 URL: http://libguides.sunysuffolk.edu/nursing Print Guide

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WELCOME to the Nursing LibGuide

SCCC Libraries provide access to a variety of nursing and allied health resources. Use the tabs at the top of the page to locate resources for completing nursing projects and research papers. 

Campus Librarians for Nursing:     Ammerman  -   Fiona Grady        451-4168
                                                               Eastern  -   MaryPat Takacs   548-2569
                                                                  Grant  -   Kerry Carlson       851-6349
 

Nursing at Suffolk Community College

 

       School of Nursing Homepage

         Ammerman Campus — RN

         Grant Campus  — RN

         Eastern Campus — PN

 

 

Board Vitals - NCLEX Exam Prep

  • Board Vitals provides interactive practice tests with answers and rationale for the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN exams.
  • SCCC students can access this product free of charge through SUNY's subscription.
  • Remember to use your SCCC email when signing up.

Customize practice exams by:

  • type (review or timed)
  • question order (random or by rating)
  • number of questions
  • targeting specific subject areas
  • selecting all, unanswered or incorrectly answered questions

STAT!Ref Online

Access to full-text Nursing textbooks, calculation tools, dictionaries and more. STAT!Ref Mobile App allows you to access the SCCC subscription from your iPhone, iPad, Android, or BlackBerry

AJN and MCN Full-Text Journals

AJN, American Journal of Nursing,  and  MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, are now available online as full-text journals from 1996 to the present.  Access them through the OvidSP database.

                 

 

AJN Website: Featured Articles

This RSS feed provides featured articles from the current edition of the American Journal of Nursing.

For access to the most popular articles, back issues, and additional resources, click on View Website at the bottom of this page.

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