It's hard to lose access to the databases and journals you've been able to use while at BYU. This page provides some free resources and other tips for navigating the information landscape in nursing.
Come to campus for access to most databases and journal full text. UpToDate is one exception; it requires a current BYU login.
Join the Friends of the Library to maintain checkout privileges.
Though these databases are free, article full text may not be available. Try Unpaywall for legal, free access to articles.
Open access resources are free to access without any subscription fees. There are:
This area is growing and changing rapidly. Evaluate open access journals carefully, as some are considered predatory and unreliable.
Your hospital will have information resources. Look for a hospital library and hospital librarians!
Professional organizations will help you connect with other nurses in your field, and often provide information resources, too.
The National Guideline Clearinghouse went offline in July 2018, and there are a couple of replacements in development. Both links below are free, but require registration to access clinical practice guideline summaries.
Consider using the CRAAP Test to evaluate sources.