It’s now easier than ever to reserve a book that’s out on loan using the Library’s search tool, Hunter.
First check the Locations tab to find out whether the book you want is available. If all copies are out on loan, you’ll be able to reserve a copy. Just follow the three steps below:
If you haven’t already, sign in to Hunter.
- SGUL staff and students can sign in with their SGUL username and password
- NHS staff can find out their Hunter login (which is different from the Library username and password) by asking at the Library Helpdesk or emailing email@example.com
After you sign in, a Place hold option appears. Click here…
…and select Request.
Hunter confirms that your hold is placed.
When a copy of the book becomes available you’ll receive an email, and will then have one week to collect it from the Library Helpdesk.
This September 8th is World Physiotherapy Day, a global event that aims to celebrate the role that Physiotherapists play in keeping us well, mobile and independent.
Building on the findings of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) World Report on Ageing and Health, the theme for this year’s event is ‘Add life to years’. As our ageing population continues to grow, (with an expected 2 billion people over the age of 60 by the year 2050) the focus of the campaign is the contribution and cost effectiveness of physiotherapy in healthy ageing.
To mark the occasion, we’ve put together a collection of resources available from St George’s Library to our support our students and Physiotherapists in practice. We’ve also highlighted some other useful links, including websites, tweet chats and other social media tools that may be useful in supporting Physiotherapists throughout their career.
Click the image below to view the collection:
You can also explore all of our other curated collections of resources here: https://wakelet.com/@sgullibrary
The following e-books are now available through Books@Ovid:
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Examination and Practical Skills
- Oxford Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties
- Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry
Click here for access, or search the Library Catalogue
Please note that access to these e-books requires an SGUL login
New Media Medicine http://www.newmediamedicine.com/ , based at Otago University in New Zealand, provides an online portal for healthcare professionals, with several discussion forums including one for medical textbooks here:
A second website, supported by Elsevier publishers, http://www.medicaltextbooksrevealed.com/ provides sample chapters online together with reviews from medical students. Just need to bear in mind that the books are from Elseviers, and they also finance this website.