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Health Sciences

Welcome

Welcome to your online guide to library resources for Health Sciences.

Your Liaison Librarian

David Brown
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General enquiries:
+44 (1904) 32 3846
lib-healthsci@york.ac.uk
Book an appointment with a liaison librarian:
Taught students please use our booking system.
Research students and staff please email for an appointment.
Centre for Reviews and Dissemination:
The liaison contact for CRD is Janette Colclough.
International Humanitarian Affairs:
See the Subject Guide for Humanitarian Response and Development.

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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Health Sciences

Nurse at workThese pages bring together key resources and information for Health Sciences.

Use the tabs above to Find resources, Evaluate what you've found and Organise your work. You'll also find lots of help and advice on the Tutorials and guides tab.

 

 

Plan ahead by booking your study space

Student sitting in a laptop chairThe Library has a range of study spaces to book in advance, so you won't miss out on getting your favourite space. You can book an individual or group study room up to a month in advance using our online calendar.

You can also use our seating availability updates to see where to find a seat in the Library - either online or on one of our display screens when you arrive.

If you're looking for a PC, use our online tool to check availability across campus, and remember that there are lots of alternative study spaces in departments and colleges.

Library Surgeries

Library surgery signAttend one of our Library Surgeries to ask questions and get advice. There's no need to book - just come along if you're free!

All sessions will take place in Health Sciences Student Services.

  • Thursday 11 January, 12-1pm
  • Monday 15 January, 12-1pm
  • Tuesday 13 February, 12-1pm

Key databases

Explore the full range of databases for Health Sciences in the Find resources page.

Clinical skills resources

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