Click on the tab "Library Resources" (above, next to "Websites") to find additional useful research tools.
Information for the general public is a great place to start your research. Sources will be accessible and practical. Note that one source will likely not address all your questions.
These resources contain current research articles, health care reports, and other information for healthcare workers.
Note that you can limit by source type. Try magazines and CEUs (continuing education units) for more practical and accessible sources. Academic journals will be a good source for current research.
Ultimately for this project, you will need to answer a range of questions about your chosen molecule. That takes research!
Use resources listed on the pages of this guide to research your molecule.
Be sure to look at the complete assignment requirements in your Canvas classroom. Among other things, you need to learn: