We offer access to nationally and locally subscribed journals covering every speciality plus many non-clinical areas. The bulk of our content is online although we have a small stock of current print journals and a significant stock of archived and bound journals in the Library.


Discover our range of books and E-books as well as useful collections tailored to your speciality.


You can borrow much more than just books from the library, we also offer projectors and screens, anatomical models, a skeleton and headphones (but not a skeleton wearing headphones)

Current Awareness Bulletins

We currently produce three monthly bulletins, Nursing Current Awareness, Health Management and Innovation Update (HMIU) and The Advancing Practitioner Bulletin. We also share regular bulletins from elsewhere covering a range of topics.

Anatomy TV

Home of the World’s most accurate and comprehensive digital human anatomy and physiology content providing 3D models to assist you in your practice.

The most comprehensive collection of clinical skills procedures in visual format, downloadable content and the opportunity to create your own CPD record. Every clinical procedure you will ever have to perform is here.


Without a doubt, our most popular resource and the best way for you to keep up to date with your speciality or areas of interest. Contact us to set up your fortnightly evidence email, all the evidence and knowledge you need, delivered straight to your inbox.


Tailored, topical collections of resources in every format, carefully curated for you by the Library team. Find what you need in our journals, books and online resources.

BMJ Best Practice

One of the best clinical decision making tools available, covering every speciality. Your access now also includes the BMJ Co-Morbidities tool.

Up To Date

Up To Date is a trusted evidence-based clinical decision support resource at the point of care. 

Cinahl Complete

CINAHL Complete is the most comprehensive set of nursing and allied health full text journals for nursing and allied health professionals, students, educators and researchers. Access via the Hub

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