In July, our resource of the month was an app swap, in which we shared some of our favourite apps for study and research. We also did things a little differently this month — we asked YOU for your own suggestions of useful apps, via Twitter, Instagram, and our comments board in the library. Which […]
Do you have library related questions that need answering? Want to find out more about E-Books? Come and speak with library staff between 12:00 – 1:00 – Sherwood Room – Tuesday 3rd July. Look forward to seeing you.
This month our resource of the month was our humanities collection. In our humanities collection we have fiction, poetry, biography and DVDs. In the first week of June we highlighted some of the fiction that is available in the Humanities collection. This month our #resourceofthemonth is our Humanities collection. Now that the better weather is […]
Our resource of the month for May was a collection of tools, tips and tricks to help with writing a protocol. You can find them all on Twitter, but we’ve also gathered them here for ease of reference. First up, we recommended having a look around Prospero, the register of protocols. It’s worth being familiar […]
Do you have library related questions that need answering? Want to find out more about E-Books? Come and speak with library staff between 12:00 – 1:00 – Sherwood Room – Tuesday 22nd May. Look forward to seeing you.
Have you used one of our standing up desks yet? They are available in our Shhh space and are height adjustable so suitable for any stature. To read more about the research into standing up desks see Cochrane Review and Harvard Health Blog
Our #resourceofthemonth for March was focused on resources which are useful when preparing clinical guidelines. We began with the NICE clinical guidelines manual. This manual covers all stages of preparing a guideline. Even though this is a NICE guideline manual, some of the content is applicable to developing any clinical guideline. This month our #resourceofthemonth […]
There was a piece in the news over the weekend highlighting the work of Cambridge Graduate course students Kate Womersley and Katherine Ripullone, published last year in the BMJ around the value of having nutrition and lifestyle as a core part of the undergraduate medical curriculum. It builds on the work of Prof Sumantra Ray of NNedPro […]
Here at the Medical Library we don’t have long closed times over university vacations, but we do close over the Easter weekend. We’ll be closed from 21:50 Thursday 29th March, and be back (Easter egg binges, permitting!) 08:00 Tuesday 3rd April.
Do you have library related questions that need answering? Want to find out more about E-Books. Come and speak with library staff between 12:00 – 1:00 – Sherwood Room – Thursday 8th March. Look forward to seeing you.