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This guide will help you locate key information about the Library for your subject - it is a great starting point but as your Academic Librarian, I will always be happy to help with further queries.

Need Help? Need Help?

If you need help with Library Resources, here are your best options:

1. This guide! It has loads of useful information.

2. If you want more detailed guides to key skills like search strategy and referencing, the Library Toolkit has lots of material to get you started.

3. If neither of those things help and you need some personalised support, come to one of the drop-in sessions (details in the box below) to see your Academic Librarian.

4. If you can't make the drop-in sessions, ask questions using the Contact Form.

Drop-ins Drop-ins

Come along to any of the drop-ins listed below to ask Library-related questions, big or small! Sessions get busy so it is worth bringing work with you to do while you wait for a 1:1 consultation.

Changes to regular schedule:

There are currently no changes to the regular schedule.

Drop-in times:

TUESDAYS

15:00-17:00 

ECB, 2nd Floor Landing

WEDNESDAYS

12:00-14:00 

Library Conference Room

THURSDAYS

15:00-17:00 

Queens, 2.01

Search our Collections Search our Collections

Library Search  Library Search is the one-stop shop for searching all of our collections - physical and electronic. It attempts to pull in data from every database we have access to, and is a good place to start a search.
Find Databases The Library subscribes to many databases, and to get the best results you'll need to search subject-specific databases individually (rather than through Library Search).
Find E‑Journals Each database we subscribe to includes content from many different journals. If you want to look at articles from just one, use the Find E-journals tool to see which journals we have access to.

 

More information on how to navigate these tools can be found in our library search guide.

Key resources for Health Sciences Key resources for Health Sciences

CINAHL - CINAHL (Ebsco)

An index database of English-language and selected other-language journal article citations about nursing, allied health, biomedicine and healthcare.

Medline - Medline (Ebsco) | Medline (Ovid) | Medline (PubMed)

An index database. Contains journal citations and abstracts for biomedical literature from around the world from journals covering medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, health care systems and the biomedical sciences. 

AMED - AMED (Ebsco) 

An index database produced by the Health Care Information Service of the British Library. It contains journal article citations from a selection of journals in professions allied to medicine, complementary medicine and palliative care.

Cochrane Library - Cochrane Library

The Cochrane Library is a collection of six databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about groups in The Cochrane Collaboration. 

Other useful resources for Health Sciences Other useful resources for Health Sciences

"Cite them right"
Guide to referencing.

Guide to ebooks at UEA
Web page about access to UEA library's e-books

Statistics
Subject guide to useful statistical resources

Google Scholar
Search engine for scholarly literature.  Set ‘Library Links' preference to allow links to UEA subscribed resources.

Department of Health (England)

Health Professions Council

NHS Resources

NHS Evidence
A suite of services that provide internet access to high quality authoritative evidence and best practice

East of England Health Libraries

Specialist Resources

Speech and Language Therapy Assessments Catalogue (UEA) [, 93KB]
Reference set of patient assessment tools for use by SLT students

The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures
Online edition of the manual containing over 350 evidence-based clinical procedures related to every aspect of care, from hand washing to cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  

HSC Librarian HSC Librarian

Matthew Smith

matthew.j.smith@uea.ac.uk
01603 59 2412

Office: Library, Room 1.18
Working hours: Mon-Fri, 9-5

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Library BlogThe library blog covers useful information on individual resources.