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  • Newspaper articles can be a useful source of information if you want to gauge public opinion or you want local information.
  • They are easy to read and aimed at the general public.


  • Often factually incorrect.
  • Aimed at general public so will often be too shallow in coverage for academic purposes
  • Newspapers usually have a political bias and agenda.

So always verify information found in a newspaper article.  

Currently you can search back issues of newspapers, including local papers, through a database called Nexis Newspapers:

Referencing systematic reviews from the Cochrane Library

Author, Initials. ‘Title of review’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Year, Issue number, Article number. DOI: number.

e.g. Loveman, E., Royle, P. and Waugh, N. ‘Specialist nurses in diabetes mellitus’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2003, Issue 2, Art. No. CD003286. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.

When you connect to the review on Wiley, there is a 'how to cite' feature which you can use and adapt for the Harvard style as above.








Referencing the PDFs on the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) database

Author (year) Evidence summary: Title. Available at: url. (Accessed: date)

e.g. Campbell, J. (2014) Evidence summary: Depression: vervain. Available at: (Accessed: 10 February 2015)


Key Resources for Nursing

Help with finding, accessing and using journal articles - further information on journals 

Databases - guidance - find out what a database is

Here you can find links to the key databases to use for Health. These databases are indexes. Where we subscribe to the full text, you will be able to click through. They will also point you to any articles held in print on level 0 of the library. 

Anatomy and Physiology