Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Medical Library has made the decision to cancel all face-to-face training. This goes for both scheduled group training, and one-to-one meetings which you may have arranged with the training team.
We are pleased to announce, however, that all training is going ahead online. You can book a place in the usual way: email the training team (email@example.com) with details about your research topic, and we will arrange a time to meet with you online.
Information Clinic is a one-to-one session where you and a librarian work together to find the answer to your question. These sessions are entirely tailored to your needs, and are arranged at a time and date to suit you – it may even be possible for the librarian to come to you, rather than you coming to the library.
If you would like an introduction to the library – a session where you learn about library services, rather than help searching databases to find the answer to a research question, you can also book on to an information clinic, but make sure you specify that this is what you want.
Contact Veronica Phillips, Eleanor Barker (Assistant Librarians (Research Support, Teaching and Learning) or Isla Kuhn (Medical Librarian) to discuss how we can help, and to arrange an Information Clinic appointment.