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Physiotherapy: Home

This is a subject guide to give students of Physiotherapy an overview of the different resources available at the University of Huddersfield.

Searching for information for Physiotherapy

Welcome to the library guide for Physiotherapy. 

Here you will find key databases, along with links to other useful information, such as government websites and statistics. 

Use the "help with searching" tab above to view guides on how to use the library's databases.

Please contact us on, or come and see us at the Subject Enquiry Desk on Floor 4 of the Library, if you need any help with finding information.


Key Resources

The main way to search for books, journal articles and more is by using Summon. However sometimes you may need to use more specialist resources for your studies, particularly for final year projects, research and dissertations.

Use the links below to access specialist information for your subject area - these resources may be harder to find via Summon, and Google won't find them at all!

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Free physiotherapy journal

Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation

Box of Broadcasts

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.

Click on this link to go direct to BoB. You can also access it from the A-Z list of electronic resources, and find BoB under the letter B.

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 = 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 and we will be happy to help.

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Subject Guide

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Bryony Ramsden

Phone: 01484 472700

You can also visit us at the Subject Enquiries Desk on level 4 of the Library.