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The University is currently only providing study space for students who require essential access to study spaces or IT resources that they cannot access from home.
Students who are able to study from home or in their accommodation should do so and avoid travelling to campus.
The Harold Cohen Library remains open 8am – 11pm, 7 days a week with limited availability. You should only visit the Library if it is essential to do so and you must book a study space before you visit.
Opening hours are subject to change in response to any changes in circumstances or new guidance that we receive.
Bookings can only be made up to 48 hours in advance with a maximum of 20 hours per week
Study spaces in the Sydney Jones Library are now closed and the building is only open for book collections through Click & Collect.
Somethings have changed but not the important things.
We're still as friendly as ever and ready to support you during your programme. Whether you are a new or returning student, you can quickly find out the essentials and keep up-to-date with any changes by visiting the "Welcome to your Library" guide.
This is a collection of databases that contain different types of independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making.
In addition to Cochrane Reviews, Cochrane Library provides other sources of information, such as other systematic reviews abstracts, technology assessments, economic evaluations, and individual clinical trials. Only available to users in the United Kingdom.
This platform covers the international literature on biomedicine, including the allied health fields and the biological and physical sciences, humanities, and information science as they relate to medicine and health care.
MEDLINE is a biomedical database produced by the National Library of Medicine. It is updated daily, and it offers bibliographic citations and author abstracts from biomedical journals. It contains records with the following possible status besides MEDLINE: Publisher, In-Data-Review, In-Process and PubMed-not-MEDLINE records from NLM. Coverage: 1948 to present.
A database of full-text articles published by the American Psychological Association, and affiliated journals.
This collection provides access to the full spectrum of study in the field. With current journal coverage and many journal issues going back to volume 1, APA PsycArticles offers users complete access to research on specific areas of study.
Produced by the American Psychological Association, this resource is devoted to peer-reviewed literature in behavioural science and mental health.
PsycInfo contains citations and abstracts of journal articles, book chapters, technical reports and dissertations in psychology and psychological aspects of related disciplines in areas such as medicine, nursing, sociology, physiology, linguistics, education, and law. Coverage: 1800s to present.
A clinical search engine designed to allow clinicians to quickly find answers to their clinical questions using the best available evidence.
The database started in 1997 because of the work of the founders Jon Brassey and Dr Chris Price in answering clinical questions. The creation of the Trip Database allowed the simultaneous searching of multiple sites. Its evolution has been guided by the desire to answer clinical questions using the principles of evidence based medicine.