Scholarship and Nursing Practice., ,Where can you find evidence to inform your thoughts and scholarly writing? Throughout your degree program, you will use research literature to explore ideas, guide your thinking, and gain new insights. As you search the research literature, it is important to use resources that are peer-reviewed and from scholarly journals. You may already have some favorite online resources and databases that you use or have found useful in the past.,For this Discussion, you explore databases available through the Walden Library. To Prepare: Review the information presented in the Learning Resources for using the Walden Library, searching the databases, and evaluating online resources. Begin searching for a peer-reviewed article that pertains to your practice area and interests you.Scholarship and Nursing Practice. By Day 3 of Week 6 Post the following: Using proper APA formatting, cite the peer-reviewed article you selected that pertains to your practice area and is of particular interest to you and identify the database that you used to search for the article. Explain any difficulties you experienced while searching for this article. Would this database be useful to your colleagues? Explain why or why not. Would you recommend this database? Explain why or why not.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,Scholarship and Nursing Practice,Journal Article,Shah, N., Grover, S., & Rao, G. P. (2017). Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Bipolar Disorder. Indian journal of psychiatry, 59(Suppl 1), S51S66. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5545.196974,The journal article explores the available clinical practice guidelines available for the treatment and manageming bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric disorder that is typified by depressive episodes, mania/hypomania and mixed episodes, accompanied by periods of inter-episodic recovery. Bipolar disorder normally begins during puberty or early adulthood and has significant adverse effects on the life of the patient and their caregivers as well (Shah et al., 2017).Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,Database,PubMed database was used to search and locate the article. PubMed database supports the search and retrieval of peer-reviewed journal articles to improve health. The database provides a search interface for MEDLINE and other National Library of Medicine resources; this makes PubMed database to be the leading source for biomedical and health literature and among the mostcommonly accessible resources globally(Dunn et al., 2017). The PubMed database has over 30 million citations and abstracts of peer-reviewed journal articles.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,Difficulties Experienced while Searching for theArticle,One of the difficulties experienced was information overload. This means when searching for articles too much information would pop out, including irrelevant and unrelated information. There were too many journal articles and scholarly information that was available in the database. Therefore, selecting a specific article was a challenge. Another difficulty encountered is that it was challenging during website navigation. It was extremely problematic to determine the link leading to the article content on the homepage that was so crowded.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,The Usefulness of the Database,The database would be useful to my colleagues. This is because the database contains journal articles that cover all aspects of biomedical and medical research. Therefore, the database can provide my colleagues with access to various electronic information resources important in improving the quality of care and facilitating evidence-based practice. Information resources accessed using the PubMed database are useful in making changes to patient care and avoiding adverse events (Dunn et al., 2017).Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,Moreover, my colleagues would be able to access the majority of journal articles in the database for free. Even if the majority of the journal articles accessed through PubMed are free, they are all peer-reviewed which ensures their quality, validity, and reliability(Williamson & Minter, 2019).Scholarship and Nursing Practice.,Recommending the Database,I would recommend this database. This is because the database contains peer-reviewed journal articles and thus the articles are highly reliable (Williamson & Minter, 2019). PubMed is a research database that covers all biomedical and medical research and thus one can locate any information related to health research using the database. The database contains various tools and features that improve the search process and they include features to filter and sort the search results. Moreover, there is a feature to save, mail, export and share the results and journal articles, and the searches as well. This eases the whole search process.Scholarship and Nursing Practice.