DNP Program Guide


Welcome to the Chamberlain Library website! This guide features information sources for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree program, including links to library databases, eBooks, and tutorials. To go to the library homepage, select the Chamberlain Library logo in the upper left corner of the page or the Go to the Library Homepage button below. But before you go, check out the step-by-step instructions below for a quick tutorial on how to search the library.

Search the Library

  1. Start from the Search Everything box on the library homepage.
  1. Enter your keyword(s) into the search box. The example search statement in the image below will find sources on wound care prevention in nursing. Example: "wound care" AND prevention AND nurse. The capital ANDs link the keywords, which means the search system will look for wound care, prevention, and nursing. Placing quotations around wound care will tell the search system to look for the phrase instead of the individual words. 

Wound care prevention in nursing search from Search Everything

  1. After you select Search, log into the Adtalem Sign In page with your student portal login credentials (D# and password).
  2. From the search results page, use the filters under Filter Results to meet the requirements of your assignment. The example in the image below has the Peer-Reviewed Journals, Articles, and Publication Date filters selected to only show peer-reviewed articles published within the last five years.
  3. Select Apply Filters to update your search results.

  1. Select Check Availability to open the full text of an article from the search results.

Questions? No problem! Explore more help options by going to the How To Do Library Research guide in the left-hand navigation menu or the Get Research Help guide at the top of the page.

Register for Live Workshops

Below are upcoming live workshops for the DNP program. Select a link to go to the event details and register today!

Note! All library workshops and events are scheduled in the Central time zone.


Go to the Workshop and Events Calendar for a complete list of workshops.