Welcome to the Health sciences guide. Throughout the guide's sections you'll find our suggestions for key resources and information in this subject area. Note also that you may have access to the NHS Core Collection via NHS OpenAthens; we have further information on our FAQs. For example:
To get you started, here are the key shelfmark areas for your subject. The floor information is for books; print journals will have the same shelfmark but all journals are on the third floor.
Our discovery tool will look for books, journal articles and more in one quick easy search - a great place to start your research. For a more comprehensive search, individual databases offer greater functionality and give full access to a tailored suite of resources for your subject.
Search for books, articles, and electronic resources:
Search for books only (does not include all electronic books):
Search for full-text articles:
Academic Liaison Librarians are available to chat between 1pm-4pm, Monday to Friday term-time about using library resources and referencing. Occasionally, and outside of these times, your query will be picked up by another member of Brunel Library staff or our friendly co-op support staff, who provide us with 24/7 chat coverage.
If you would like to discuss using the Library, literature searching, referencing or RefWorks, you can arrange a virtual 1-1 appointment with Shazia.
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bear in mind that all appointments are online and will be carried out using Microsoft Teams.
If you require help with CASP or PRISMA please refer to Blackboard or speak with your lecturers.
For Harvard referencing, please refer to the e-book Cite them Right
In addition to this, a comprehensive slide deck covering referencing and also a Zoom recording is available within the dissertation module area in Blackboard.
Your Academic Liaison Librarian will still be available to support you online. You can get help with:
Please feel free to get in touch by email or LibChat. We can also arrange online consultations.
You can also look on our Library webpages to get updated information on the Library opening hours and borrowing during this period.