Friday, 2 December 2011
You can search for books and other items in our libraries, as well as electronic and digital material, all from one place.
Log in using your University login and password for direct access to full text where it is available and other features such as saved searches.
Use the ‘University Collections’ tab for electronic and print books, journals, maps, theses, databases and more.
Use the ‘Articles and more’ tab for journal articles from multiple databases using the Quick Set for your department.
For full database functionality such as personalisation, use the native search interface.
So check it out and tell us what you think. We’d love your feedback to help us develop the service so please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments. And don’t worry, Star won’t be going anywhere just yet.
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Of course you do if you’re a student in the Law School, but other subject disciplines use legal information as well. Areas of law such as employment, health, media, planning and safety are often of interest to students and staff in a variety of faculties and departments, including Medicine, Dentistry and Health.
There are two legal databases, Lexis and Westlaw that are widely used by law students and by law firms. Both employ friendly, helpful student associates on campus, and you can contact them for help in using the databases. The associate for Lexis is Emmi Wilson email@example.com and the associate for Westlaw is Trish Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the subject guide for law on the library web if you’d like to find out more about legal databases and websites. If you need more information about resources for legal research, contact the Library subject specialist for law, Maria Mawson email@example.com .
Friday, 16 September 2011
Intro week (19 September - 25 September 2011)
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Week 1 (26 September - 30 September 2011)
Thursday, 14 July 2011
Click on the links below or find them at any time from our library catalogue.
- Oxford handbook of public health practice [electronic resource] / edited by David Pencheon ... [et al.] - 2nd ed.
- Oxford handbook of clinical dentistry [electronic resource] / Laura Mitchell and David A. Mitchell ; with contributions from Lorna McCaul. - 5th ed.
- Oxford handbook of clinical examination and practical skills [electronic resource] / edited by James Thomas and Tanya Monaghan.
- Oxford handbook of clinical medicine [electronic resource] / Murray Longmore ... [et al.]. - 8th ed.
- Oxford handbook of general practice [electronic resource] / Chantal Simon, Hazel Everitt, Francoise Van Dorp. - 3rd ed.
Thursday, 2 June 2011
Contact us if you need advice or have any problems with your account, don't forget we are here to help.
Hope you have a brilliant summer and to those moving on to pastures new, best wishes for your future, it's been great to know you.
Health Sciences Library Services Manager
Thursday, 19 May 2011
Click on the titles for full details or to access the ebooks.
For a full list of new books, ordered by site, visit the library catalogue.
Monday, 9 May 2011
An invitation to ALL Students in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health
When: Monday 16 May 2011, 5.30 – 7.30pm,
Where: Mappin Hall, Sir Frederick Mappin Building
At a recent Focus Group involving students from the Faculty, student representatives asked if we could organise a discussion about the current changes in the NHS, and moreover, take some time to talk about what this will mean for us.
The event will feature a panel made up of local health professionals who will each give their perspective on the plans for change in the NHS. Students will also have the opportunity to ask the panel questions. The event will finish with a buffet meal and time for attendees to chat with other students from across the Faculty and discover more about how they will be working together, in NHS settings.
The event is being hosted by Margaret Freeman, the Faculty Director of Learning and Teaching, as part of a range of Interprofessional Education activities.
The Panel speakers include:
Professor Tony Weetman – Faculty Pro Vice-Chancellor
Professor Liddy Goyder – ScHARR (Public Health expert), NHS Specialist training provider
Ms Kirsten Major – Director of Service Development, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Dr Andrew Lee – Practising GP, Clinical Lecturer in ScHARR
To register, please fill in the form at: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/lets/nhsstudentevent
Thursday, 31 March 2011
For a full list of new books, ordered by library site, click on the link below;
These book are available both online and in print copies. Check star for print holdings.
Remember you can also recommend a book for the library to purchase. We can't guarantee that every item will be bought, but fill in the form below and we will consider each recommendation and let you know our decision as soon as possible.
Thursday, 24 March 2011
Emergencies in - Series
Oxford Textbooks for Medicine
The trial is open to all registered staff and students of the University of Sheffield and will run until 14th April 2011.
Click on the link below to let us know what you think about this resource; http://www.shef.ac.uk/library/cdfiles/trialfeedback.html