Category Archives: health

While You Were Away… 2018

A lot has happened in the Library since the end of Semester 2 and the Summer break. We recently posted about the Library’s new physical and digital spaces, but even more changes have been afoot: New look Library catalogue On … Continue reading

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Wiley reference works online: aerospace, electrical, chemical engineering, life sciences and more…

The Library has recently updated our access to a range of Major Reference Works published by Wiley, providing a wealth of up to date information at your fingertips. Titles include: Wiley Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering: original expert articles in aerospace … Continue reading

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New statistics database on trial: Statista

The Library is running a trial of a new statistics database for six weeks. Statista is a Google-like search tool for numbers and statistics with facts and figures easily displayed in charts and graphs. Statista contains: Data dossiers with key … Continue reading

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Community Care Inform Adults: new resource for social work/policy

The Library now subscribes to two separate strands of the social work/policy database, Community Care Inform – these are: Community Care Inform Children and our latest addition, Community Care Inform Adults, in which the following themes are covered: Care & Support Disability Family support Management Mental Capacity Mental … Continue reading

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Sage Research Methods: new case studies

The Library has enhanced its subscription to the database, Sage Research Methods.  The database provides a wide range of ebooks and videos on the subject of research methodologies and its coverage has now been extended to also include a collection of “case studies“.  The database describes the value … Continue reading

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F1000 Prime: trial access until 21 July

F1000Prime provides a way to keep up-to-date with research in biological and medical research. Articles are selected by a peer-nominated global ‘faculty’ of the world’s leading scientists and clinicians, who score articles and write a short commentary to explain their … Continue reading

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Community Care Inform Children: new database

The Library has set up a subscription to the database Community Care Inform Children.  This resource provides guides, case law materials, research articles and legal guidance on the subject of social work with children, young persons and families. Community Care Inform … Continue reading

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