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Welcome to the Evidence-based Nursing research guide! Information on this guide is designed to direct faculty, staff and students in Nursing to relevant resources, tips and tutorials, and more!

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Eccles Health Sciences Library experts can help you:

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Review this list of free consultation and training services offered by knowledgeable library staff. Just click on the subject you are interested in to request an appointment.

Or, explore the training opportunities offered by these organizations:

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