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The User Services Unit of the NLM Reference and Web Services Section, Public Services Division, compiled this set of subject guides. The Guides are meant to serve as research starting points for health professionals, researchers, librarians, students, and others. Each guide lists a variety of resources, many of which are Internet accessible and free. The guides are not meant to be comprehensive but to introduce some of the major resources available on each topic.
The State Board of Nursing protects the health and safety of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the licensure/certification and regulation of the practice of professional and practical nursing and dietetics-nutrition by registered nurses, practical nurses, certified registered nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, dietitian-nutritionists, and graduate nurses.
PSNA is the respected voice for a tradition of care that serves nearly every Pennsylvania family. We’re trusted by public policy decision makers and the wider medical community because we represent the values of our members with passion and integrity in the public square. PSNA matters to Pennsylvania’s leaders.
The Student Nurses’ Association of Pennsylvania is a non profit organization and constituent of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA), representing nursing students throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.