Category: School of Health Sciences

Access the Times Higher Education (THE) online

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All City staff and students have access to the Times Higher Education (THE) online via Library Services’s subscription. THE contains global higher education coverage including world university rankings, news, opinions and features. You can read online articles, digital editions and download the app to your own personal device. To set up your THE account, go…Continue Reading Access the Times Higher Education (THE) online

New title: High Risk Pregnancy, 5th edition

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The latest edition of High Risk Pregnancy: Management Options is now available to access online – simply log-in with your username and password. Alternatively, log-in to Cambridge Core direct and then search for ‘High Risk Pregnancy’ (we’ll be adding direct links from CityLibrary Search soon). Fully updated to reflective the latest evidence and best practice,…Continue Reading New title: High Risk Pregnancy, 5th edition

Take a break, win a prize

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Here at CityLibrary we think it’s important to remind all of our students and staff about the importance of self-care during the exams and assessment period. Working hard to achieve excellent results can be tough, both mentally and physically. That’s why we like to encourage everyone to #TakeABreak. Whether you go for a walk, get…Continue Reading Take a break, win a prize

More Books: You choose, we’re all ears

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Since 2013, CityLibrary has given students the chance to help choose the books we have through the More Books scheme.  So far, just over 2000 books have been bought.   You can find a selection of these on display on Levels 4 and 5 of the Northampton Square Library, as well as below in our virtual…Continue Reading More Books: You choose, we’re all ears

Return of 24/7 opening

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The Northampton Square and Cass libraries will open for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during City’s main exam and assessment period. Cass Learning Resource Centre: Monday 25th March – Friday 3rd May Northampton Square Library: Tuesday 23rd April – Friday 31st May Bookable study spaces will be available at both sites to…Continue Reading Return of 24/7 opening

Counseling and Therapy in Video

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Counseling and Therapy in Video is an online database which may be of interest to students, researchers and academics from the health and social sciences. The database provides access to videos (in the form of instructions, lectures/presentations and documentaries) which demonstrate the realities and challenges of working with clients and the challenges of putting theoretical…Continue Reading Counseling and Therapy in Video

Bookable Individual Silent Study Desks for 24/7 opening

Bookable individual silent study desks will return for the January assessment period at the Northampton Square Library and the Cass Learning Resource Centre. Students can book a desk to study for up to three hours a day, a maximum of four times a week. Each session can be booked up to one week in advance.  The full…Continue Reading Bookable Individual Silent Study Desks for 24/7 opening

World Radiography Day – 8th November

8th November has been chosen as World Radiography Day1, the date when Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays in 1895. The celebration is to recognise and pay tribute to the great work of radiographers around the world. The theme for this year World Radiography Day is Cardiac Imaging, to highlight the important role of medical imaging professionals such…Continue Reading World Radiography Day – 8th November

Library Services’ Autumn Specials

Autumn Specials: A series of drop-in sessions at Northampton Square and Cass Libraries

This autumn Library Services will host a series of drop-in sessions and workshops at the Northampton Square and Cass Libraries. These sessions form our Library Services Autumn Specials. They will be an excellent opportunity to meet the people behind these resources and learn about how to get more out of library resources. See the table…Continue Reading Library Services’ Autumn Specials

New books for the School of Health Sciences

A Library Services project to enhance the print and e-book collections for health sciences students took place over the summer. New editions and extra copies of more than 50 of your most popular and essential titles were ordered, processed and catalogued and are now available for you to access or borrow. Watch out for the…Continue Reading New books for the School of Health Sciences