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The Practising Midwife: online access

The Practising Midwife, a key peer reviewed journal for students and staff working in maternity services, is now available to read online via the Library website. Individual full-text articles can be discovered using CityLibrary Search, or you can browse to … Continue reading

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New online resource – Times Higher Education (THE)

Library Services are pleased to announce that all City staff and students now have access to the Times Higher Education (THE) online. The THE contains global higher education coverage including world university rankings, news, opinions and features. Read online articles, … Continue reading

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Take a break

At this time of year you’ll be busy revising and preparing for your exams, and many of you will be spending a lot of time in the Library, especially as we’re open 24/7. But it’s important to remember that taking … 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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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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