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* 2. The best database to go to if you are looking primarily for nursing research is

* 3. The best database to go to for all kinds of medical research, including but not limited to nursing research, is

* 4. The best database to go to for finding review articles is

* 5. A Meta analysis looks at studies using

* 6. A Meta synthesis looks at studies using

* 7. You find an abstract to an article in CINAHL that you want to read. You have the name of the article, the name of the journal, and the date, but you do not have the full text. How do you determine if USF has access to the full text?

* 8. You are doing searches on cancer. You tried a keyword search on "cancer" and now you want to modify your search. Which expression would you use to....

  cancer AND smoking cancer OR oncology cancer NOT liver I don't know
expand your search results, retrieving a larger number of results?
focus your search results, retrieving a smaller number of results?
eliminate results containing a specific word?

* 9. This is a citation from CINAHL:

Ness, V., Duffy, K., McCallum, J., & Price, L. (2010). Supporting and mentoring nursing students in practice. Nursing Standard, 25(1), 41-46.

What is the name of the journal the article appeared in?

* 10. Why are CINAHL Headings in CINAHL and MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) in PubMed important?

* 11. Have you had library instruction on nursing sources before here at USF?