What are some good resources to find information about Narcolepsy?


Answered By: Benjamin Barton
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 18


You should start by using one of our LibGuides.  For information on narcolepsy, our Nursing LibGuide would be a good place to find medical and health science related resources.

Once you're on the Nursing LibGuide, you can select from different tabs/sections for different resource types, depending on what you need for your class.  If you need journal articles, click on the tab for "Articles."

There, you can search any of the databases for journal articles on narcolepsy.  Some good databases to start with are ScienceDirect, Medline with Full Text, and Nursing & Allied Health Source.

If you simply need background information on narcolepsy, I recommend using Consumer Health Complete or Medline Plus (National Institute of Health).  You can find these on the Nursing LibGuide, under the same Articles tab, scrolling down to the section that reads "Information for Patients."


Please let us know if this information is helpful and if you have any more questions.


Benjamin Barton

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