Category Archives: School of Health Sciences

Online resources update for School of Health Sciences

CINAHL Complete The library has upgraded CINAHL database from CINAHL Plus with Full Text to CINAHL Complete which allows access to more full text journal articles. CINAHL provides contents mostly in nursing specialties but it also covers general health and … Continue reading

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Radiographers: the professionals behind the medical images and the treatment

World Radiography Day is celebrated on the 8th November which marks the discovery of x-rays on 8th November 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (Society and College of Radiographers, 2017) who later won the very first Nobel prize in 1901 (Novelprize.org, … Continue reading

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Reading Well

Today is World Mental Health Day. Library Services and the Student Counselling and Mental Health Service have worked collaboratively to bring students and staff a selection of self-help resources which have been displayed together in this new self-help resource page (select the book … Continue reading

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Library Workshops for the School of Health Sciences

During October Subject Librarians from the School of Health Sciences will be running a range of library workshops for students, researchers and academics. These workshops have been designed to help you get the most out of Library resources and develop effective research … Continue reading

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A very short introduction to all the knowledge of the world

Summer breaks are the perfect time to read around different subjects and explore the world in more detail. A perfect way to do this is the Very Short Introductions series published by Oxford University Press. Over 500 books have been published on … Continue reading

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