Positive impacts of stress on health
Negative impacts of stress
Coping with stress
Your personal plan to manage stress.
Each topic is weighted equally in the marking rubric. This suggests that you give approximately equal attention to each section.
Get help with researching, APA citing, and writing through the Library and Learning Curve.
You may use websites as your resources if they're credible, for example the Canadian Mental Health Association.
1. Complete the Evaluating Information tutorial and read through the evaluating information tips linked below. These will help you determine what are credible sources.
3. Using the databases below, find articles that discuss your topic.
EBSCOhost databases are a great place to start your search for articles. Once you open EBSCOhost, type your keywords into the search box.
ScienceDirect is another great place to search for articles. Once you open ScienceDirect is open, type your keywords into the search box.
MedlinePlus is a great place to find articles on topics related to the effects of stress on health. Keep in mind that sources found in MedlinePlus are from the United States.
The Federal Science Library searches seven science-based collections from the Canadian Federal Library. Keep in mind that not all sources found in the Federal Science Library are Canadian.
The Directory of Open Access Journals is another place to search for articles.
Books and videos available in the Assiniboine Library are another great source of information. Enter your search terms in the search box below to see what's available in the library.
To familiarize yourself with how to find the elements you need to create your reference list and with how to use NoodleTools, it's recommended you complete the tutorials below.
1. Log into NoodleTools and:
1. Write a 2000 word paper, using your work from the previous steps, to discuss the topics listed in the assignment description.