The Library team is happy to help you with any research projects, from scoping literature searches to find gaps in current research, to co-writing systematic reviews. Please complete one of the forms below to make a request, or contact Clinical Outreach Librarian Rebecca Rowe on extension 4699 to discuss your research support needs and see what kind of help the library can provide.
If you need regular Library support while undertaking a research project, please call Clinical Outreach Librarian Rebecca Rowe on extension 4699, or email email@example.com. We will be happy to help you through the entire research process as needed.
Please call Clinical Outreach Librarian Rebecca Rowe on extension 4699, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries or to book time to talk.
Please visit our training page for more information. If you would like to get involved in research, we recommend attending a Literature Searching Skills workshop and a Writing for Publication workshop. You may also wish to attend Athens, EndNote Web, and Critical Appraisal workshops. You can attend scheduled workshops, request a 1:1 session, or organise a bespoke session combining the contents of several workshops in order to best meet your individual needs. We can also provide advice on topics such as Systematic Reviews, Copyright & Intellectual Property, and Online Tools for Researchers.
Clinical Outreach Librarian Rebecca Rowe has a Postgraduate Certificate in Systematic Reviews in Health and can offer support on systematic reviews ranging from advice to co-writing. Please call extension 4699 or email email@example.com to discuss your needs.
We will carry out mediated literature searches on your behalf to inform patient care, research and service development. We cannot perform searches for users which count towards assessed pieces of work. Users requiring literature searches to support their continuing education are encouraged to attend training in literature searching skills. If you need help with a literature search, please complete this form.