The Library


Welcome to your Health subject pages

As your Academic Librarians, we have created these subject pages to help you to access high quality academic and professional resources and information. we also support your studies through:

  • Academic liaison - working with your course and School teams, alongside other academic and university staff, to ensure that the Library provides access to the resources you need.
  • Collection development - selecting, purchasing and developing relevant resources to assist and inform your work.
  • Teaching - delivering cohort inductions and specialist sessions on specific topics (e.g. referencing) at the request of course teams, as well as one-to-one appointments to assist individual students when required.
  • Research support – assisting staff and research students to make the best use of available sources of information.

Introduction to the Library

Research Support

A range of support for researchers is available from the Library, including advice on information sources, open access publishing, journal rankings and metrics, and unique digital identifiers such as ORCiD.

Once you have explored the general information on these subject pages and the Library's Research page, please contact your Academic Librarian if you would like to book a one-to-one appointment to discuss the information aspects of your PhD, master's thesis or other piece of independent research.

Discover Health resources quickly and easily – on or off campus

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For students who work, aspire to work or are on placement within the NHS

The short video explains the support provided by NHS libraries for those in the NHS. Students who are on placement with the NHS can access NHS library resources too. Find out more below:

Other guides for Health related subjects

Your Academic Librarian

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Alison Park, Penelope Cole and Kirsty Bower
0113 812 3382, 0113 812 7846, 0113 812 1104

Reading lists

Your lecturers have created bespoke reading lists to support each of your modules. These contain books, articles and other relevant materials and are a great place to start your research. 

You can find them in MyBeckett