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Medicine: Home

This guide is designed for everyone - from new students to research staff - in the Faculty of Medicine, and anyone else who needs to use medical information resources.

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Your Engagement Librarians

  Name: Nancy Beckett-Jones

  • School of Medicine

  Name: Kate Lapage

  • Cancer Sciences
  • Clinical & Experimental Sciences

  Name: Paula Sands

  • Human Development & Health
  • Primary Care, Population Science & Medical Education

Key Subject Resources

These are the key databases we recommend that you use, a more complete list is available from our Medicine Database page.  All electronic resources can be accessed off-campus through the University's VPN service called Global Protect. Further information on how to connect to the University's VPN using Global Protect can be found here.

What does it search?

CINHAL, MEDLINE, BMJ Best Practice and other key datasets from EBSCO's Knowledge Base

How do I get access?

You won't need an account to search, but you will need an NHS OpenAthens account to save searches and get full-text access. Register here for an NHS OpenAthens account.

Searching: Health and Care Evidence, from Health Education England
New Resources
PressReader - provides digital access to over 7000 top global newspapers and magazines.

access library resources you will need to connect to the University’s VPN service called Global Protect. How to set up Global Protect.
See the Library's guide to New Resources to find out what else has just arrived.