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Physician Associates: Home

A guide to finding information for Physician Associate students. Includes links to key resources and sources of help.

Welcome!

Welcome to the guide for Physician Associate students. Use the tabs above to explore resources in this subject.

Most of the relevant books and journals are on the 3rd Floor of the Library. You'll find books in this subject in both the 'Books' and 'Large books' sections, the catalogue will indicate in which section a book located.

We also have a wide range of e-books and e-journals supporting your studies. Use the Books and Journal Article tabs above to explore these.

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Jackie Skinner
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Please contact me if you have a query or need advice on literature searching, accessing resources, referencing or using EndNote/Mendeley.

Email me, or make an appointment using the buttons above. Appointments can be in person or online via MS Teams.

In term-time I also hold a weekly drop-in for quick queries on Tuesdays 13:00-14:00. See the drop-in box on this page for more detail.
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Welcome!

Watch this short video for an introduction to the Library and our services and support for Physician Associates. 

If you are unable to view this video on YouTube it is also available on YuJa - view the Library intro video on YuJa (University username and password required)

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Got a question about the Library, finding information, referencing, literature searching or using EndNote/Mendeley? 

Then come along to the Library drop-in.

When? Tuesdays 13:00-14:00 in term-time

Where? Harry Nursten Building Room 2-64 (the PC Lab at the back of the 2nd Floor)

Also online via Blackboard Collaborate - just follow the link below:

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