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Public Health Nursing and Community Health Nursing: Home

This subject guide will provide information on aspects of public health, district health, primary health and community health nursing.

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Welcome

This subject guide provides access to resources relevant to Public Health Nursing and related areas as a point of departure in finding information, as well as providing further avenues for self-exploration.

Explore the electronic resources that the Unisa Library offers and contact your Personal Librarian for further assistance. 

Research Skills LibGuide

Should you need information on how to select a topic, structure a keyword search on your chosen topic, conduct literature searches, evaluate the search results, export the results and how to activate the save and alert functionality of databases, also access the Research Skills LibGuide.

Nursing Research LibGuide

Should you need particular information on aspects of Nursing Research, also access the Nursing Research LibGuide.

Health Studies LibGuide

Should you need an introduction to the key resources in the field of Nursing and allied Health, also access the Health Studies LibGuide

Personal Librarian

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Unisa Library, Muckleneuk Campus
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