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Nurse Practitioner-Neonatology Library Guide

Definition (Background Information)

Background Information

Background questions are considerably broader and when answered, provide general knowledge. For example, a background question such as, "What therapies reduce postoperative pain?" can generally be answered by looking in a textbook.

Stillwell, S. B., Fineout-Overholt, E., Melnyk, B. M., & Williamson, K. M. (2010). Evidence-Based Practice, Step by Step: Asking the Clinical Question: A Key Step in Evidence-Based Practice. AJN, American Journal of Nursing, 110(3), 58-61.

Reference Books

The best place to start is your course books. See below for additional reference books that you may wish to consult:

 

See Nursing Subject Guide for more nursing books.

The best place to start is your course books. See below for additional reference books that you may wish to consult:

See Nursing Subject Guide for more nursing books.

The best place to start is your course books. See below for additional reference books that you may wish to consult:

Neurology of the newborn

Neonatal and infant dermatology

Gastroenterology and nutrition: neonatology questions and controversies

The newborn lung : neonatology questions and controversies

 

See Nursing Subject Guide for more nursing books.

The best place to start is your course books. See below for additional reference books that you may wish to consult:

See Nursing Subject Guide for more nursing books.

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