Here you'll find lots of information on how to find books and journal articles for your assignments, how to reference, and how to get help when you get stuck.
If you can't find what you need here or get stuck, use the contact information on the right of this page to get in touch with the library's Human and Health Sciences subject team. We'll get back to you as soon as we can.
The Royal Marsden Manual provides regularly updated information on best practice with clinical-based evidence procedures. It is available in two formats - paper versions stocked in the library, and electronic access via the link below.
The Library subscribes to a number of RCN titles in print and you can find these on our shelves. The RCN also provides a large collection of selected articles from all its publication online. However, the precise content of this collection regularly changes and for this reason we can’t provide access to the online content via Summon. All titles require University network login.
UPDATE: our subscriptions have changed. Please see below.
You can search through and access our RCN subscriptions, on or off campus by clicking here. The following are the titles we currently subscribe to:
You can find loads on Summon, but as nursing students, you are expected to get used to searching individual resources separately. The ones listed below are some of the key resources you'll want to use, but don't be afraid to try ones listed on other health subject guides if they are more specific to your topic (e.g. operating department practice or midwifery).
For a full list of databases see our A-Z list of electronic resources.
The list of which journals we subscribe to is available through our A-Z journal list
Box of Broadcasts (also known as BoB) is an archive of free-to-air TV and radio programmes available to you through the University of Huddersfield Library subscription. You can choose to watch previously recorded programmes, request future programmes and save lists of programmes for your learning, teaching or research.
Click on the tabs above for a series of instructional videos to take you through the basics of using Box of Broadcasts.
You will be prompted to log in with your University login and password. The first time you access BoB, it will ask you to register your university email address (undergraduates and postgraduate taught students = email@example.com). You will need to confirm your address by checking your email and clicking on the link provided.
Here's a useful video from Learning on Demand who run Box of Broadcasts.
This short video shows you how to request TV and radio programmes to be recorded.
Box of Broadcasts provides extensive help, including videos, from their website.
If you have any further questions, contact your Subject Librarian at the Help Centre on Floor 4 of the Library, phone 01484 47200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.