National Nursing Week: Thank You to Our Nurses

The staff of the MUHC Libraries would like to thank MUHC nurses for their leadership, dedication and immeasurable contributions to the well-being of Quebecers, especially in this time of crisis.

In support of nursing efforts and in recognition of Canadian National Nursing Week, the MUHC Libraries have put together a list of library resources and services that are dedicated to nurses and available remotely.

Thank you to our nurses!

Resources on this page:
Clinical & Research Support
Tools & Tips
Continuing Education
COVID-19 Resources for Nurses

Clinical & Research Support*

Interlibrary Loans (only for electronic documents during the pandemic)

Literature Searching Service

Rapid Review Service

Search Request Form

Tools & Tips

MUHC Nursing eBooks on EBSCOhost

CINAHL Complete Nursing Database (from an MUHC computer)

CINAHL Complete Nursing Database (from home or a personal device)**

Choosing the Right Database for Your Search: PubMed vs CINAHL

Continuing Education

Journals Containing Nursing CE Articles or Modules

Monthly CEU Alert Service for New CE Nursing Articles

Online Continuing Education Organizations for Nurses

COVID-19 Resources for Nurses

Clinical Practice Resources

COVID-19 : ressources pour les infirmières et infirmiers — Ordre des infirmiers et infirmières du Québec

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources — Canadian Nurses Association

Visit our COVID-19 Knowledge Hub for more clinical and research resources for health care professionals.

Self-Care Resources

Staying Healthy During a Pandemic — Canadian Nurses Association

COVID-19 et santé mentale — Fédération interprofessionnelle de la santé du Québec

Practicing the ABCDEs of Self-Care in Pandemic Times — American Journal of Nursing Blog

Managing Stress and Self-Care During COVID-19: Information for Nurses — American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Emotional Coping Strategies for COVID-19 — Oncology Nursing Society Blog

For more self-care resources, visit our page on Coping During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Resources for Health Care Workers.

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* Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the premises of the libraries are currently closed. Remote library services remain available via our website or by sending your request to

Note that limited personnel are available to respond to requests as library staff have been reassigned to other duties during this pandemic. As such, responses may be delayed. Thank you for your understanding and collaboration.

** To learn more about accessing resources from home or from a personal device, consult our remote access guide: Remote Access to MUHC Libraries E-Resources.

Last updated: May 11, 2020