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School of Health Sciences Pedagogy: Searching for Articles on Pedagogy
Below find some tips for searching health databases to find articles on pedagogy. It is helpful to use these features to try to avoid the many articles which will come up when searching the word: EDUCATION in a database - articles about patient education for example.
Provides articles about nursing, allied health, biomedical, consumer health journals, and publications of the American Nurses Association and the National League for Nursing. Includes Evidence-Based Care Sheets
View a video on Searching Cinahl here: https://vimeo.com/403791714
Some special tips for searching for pedagogy: Before performing a search scroll down on the Advanced search screen to the Special Interest box - choose Nursing Education - now all the articles you retrieve on any subject will also concern Nursing Education
PubMed is a free search engine accessing primarily the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics.
This (and only this) version of PubMed is connected with the Connelly Library holdings. It is the link you should use to have quick access to our full text . Look for the Article Locator blue icon on the top right of the citations. If we do not own the article, you can request an ILL using the Article Locator.
The MESH subject term for pedagogy is Teaching/Methods - so to run a search for your subject, change the Field to MeSH Major Topic and type Teaching/Methods (use the /) then in the next box type either a keyword or the MeSH heading for your topic