How to find books in the library - further information on how to find midwifery and health books in the Library
Help with finding, accessing and using journal articles - further information on journals
So always verify information found in a newspaper article.
Currently you can search back issues of newspapers, including local papers, through a database called Nexis Newspapers:
The library holds both DVDs and CDs which are kept on the shelves alongside the books. It also has a very small number of VHS tapes which can be viewed on dedicated VHS viewers on level 0 in the library. As well as these the library subscribes to a number of online audio-visual resources listed below:
Below are links to key legal databases which will be useful to use when looking at legal and ethical issues in midwifery practice.
Referencing systematic reviews from the Cochrane Library
Author, Initials. ‘Title of review’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Year, Issue number, Article number. DOI: number.
e.g. Loveman, E., Royle, P. and Waugh, N. ‘Specialist nurses in diabetes mellitus’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2003, Issue 2, Art. No. CD003286. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.
When you connect to the review on Wiley, there is a 'how to cite' feature which you can use and adapt for the Harvard style as above.
Referencing the PDFs on the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) database
Author (year) Evidence summary: Title. Available at: url. (Accessed: date)
e.g. Campbell, J. (2014) Evidence summary: Depression: vervain. Available at: http://ovidsp.tx.ovid.com/sp-3.14.0b/ovidweb.cgi?&S=ADGGFPGNDPDDFCCMNCLKKCIBOLFDAA00&Link+Set=S.sh.21%7c2%7csl_190 (Accessed: 10 February 2015)
First year undergraduates are supplied with some core e-Textbooks for use throughout the course. You need to download the books before the end of May. Further details and instructions are available below.