Welcome to our new students!

It was lovely to see all our new Emergency Medical Technicians and Maternity Care students last week.  This week we are welcoming our new Graduate Entry Medicine and Nursing students.  You will see us for your Library inductions this week however here are a few tips for the first few weeks:
  • Make sure you can access your email account and check it regularly.
  • Make sure you can get into Blackboard and your timetable on celcat.
  • Walk around the Library and see where your books are located.
  • Make sure you’ve collected your student ID card.

If you need to contact us please email chhslibrary@swansea.ac.uk or phone 01792 602240 (Swansea) 01792 513838 (SDP, Carmarthen) or pop past the Library and speak with one of the team!

Our website is at http://libguides.swansea.ac.uk


HSTalks – Online lectures by world experts

This month sees the launch of extra content on the HSTalks website.  You can access these online lectures by following the link in iFind, the Library catalogue.  You have full access to the Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection which includes over 2000 lectures you can view online.  Some interesting HSTalks added in the last few months include:

What is obesity? Definition.
Dysregulated eating behaviour, eating disorders and obesity
What is obesity? Physiology
Obesity and psychology
Back pain: Are we measuring the right things?

Tip: Here is an example of how to reference these talks using the APA style of referencing:

Walley, A. (2016, January 31).What is obesity? Definition [Video file]. Retrieved from https://hstalks.com/t/3200/what-is-obesity-definition/?biosci


Welcome to our new GEM students

The Swansea University Medical School Library Team would like to welcome the new GEM cohort to Swansea University and the Library.

We’ll see you on the 10th September, Training Room 3, in the Library for your induction sessions.

If you need to contact us please email medlib@swansea.ac.uk or Phone 01792 602240.

Our website is at http://www.swansea.ac.uk/iss/libraries/subjectinformation/medicine/ 

See you next week!

Katrina, Clare, Stephen, Elen