Answered By: Tara Atkins Last Updated: Sep 21, 2018 Views: 23
We have found that it works best to do a keyword search rather than searching with subject headings (default search mode in CINAHL). A keyword search looks for the words, exactly as entered, in the title or abstract. The asterisk (*) is a wildcard for alternate word endings (nurs* = nurse, nurses, nursing, etc.).
Follow these steps to find articles on this topic:
- Connect to CINAHL from the Library's home page (in the Find by Name box)
- Remove the check box from Suggest Subject Terms (above the search box)
- Paste this in the search box:
(postmodern* or post modern*) and nurs*
- Click Search
These 2 articles look good, even if they are a little old.
Watson J. (1995). Postmodernism and knowledge development in nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 8(2), 60–64.
Reed PG. (1995). A treatise on nursing knowledge development for the 21st century: beyond postmodernism. Advances in Nursing Science, 17(3), 70–84.