Welcome to the Biomedical Sciences subject guide. Use the tabs at the left of the page to find information about different resources, databases and referencing.
This Library Services page will be kept up to date with information about access to the library collections, online access to teaching resources and how to get further help.
Web of Science
Citations and abstracts to millions of journal articles and conference proceedings. Impact factors, h-indexes and email alerts available.
Covering worldwide medical literature including research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues and health care services.
A major pharmacological and biomedical literature database covering mainly journal literature (plus some book reviews and conference proceedings) with strong coverage of European journals.
Abstract and citation database containing both peer-reviewed research literature and quality web sources. Covers over 20,000 journals from health, life, physical and social sciences and the humanities.
Finding clinical trials
Suggestions of web resources and subscription databases which can be used to find clinical trials.
Grey literature are sources of literature which may be considered unpublished, or non-standard academic literature, eg theses and technical reports. In addition, reports from government or organisations working in your field of interest which may be of the right standard for your work.
Henry Stewart Talks - Biomedical and Life Sciences
Seminar-style talks by leading world experts in Biomedical and Life Sciences. All of the seminars have been specially commissioned from leading scientists and are presented in a user-friendly format of animated slides with synchronized narration.
Useful resources for learning anatomy
Use Inter-Library Loans and Intra-Library Loans to have resources (digital and hardcopies) delivered from other campuses and other libraries around the world.
Can't find a book you need for your studies?
Use the Request a Book service to tell us and we will try and buy it for the library.
Use DiscoverEd to find books, ebooks, ejournal articles and more. Use EASE to access your Library Account and manage loans, requests and fines.
Need help using DiscoverEd? Check the FAQs.
Visit this guide to Library resources and services, working with research literature, and study skills for medical students moving into their intercalated year.
Literature review & study skills resources for intercalating medical students
Exam Papers Online provides access to the collected degree examination papers of the University from 2004 onwards. They may be used by students as a study aid only.