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Your Reading List has library resources chosen by your Module Leaders specifically to help you with your module. The books and articles on them will help you do your assignments.
BoB has BBC TV and radio Archive going back to 2007 plus material from the last 30 days from other broadcasters. It's great for news stories and documentaries on NHS and medical stories. Use your MDX email to sign in.
Have a look at the free training courses you can do via LinkedIn Learning - brush up your IT, web development, photography or job interview skills. There's lots there and it is all free for Middlesex students and staff.
Want to read something that isn't a text book or an academic article? Try this for a bit of excellent wider reading. Shelfmark: 610.73092 WAT or read this book online via Library Search.
The most important e-Book that you need to know about is your KORTEXT book. This is your personal e-Book, selected specifically for your Module. Find the link in your Module area.
For information about logging in to NHS ATHENS or questions about the modules to complete via NHS ATHENS, please read this document and follow the instructions.
Want to read something that isn't a text book or an academic article? Try this for a bit of excellent wider reading. Shelfmark: 610.73092 CAS
These Subject Guides created by the Librarians at the RCN link to some excellent resources. The subjects are varied - such as Diabetes, Sepsis in children, LGBT & Health, Midwifery, End of Life Care, HCAs APs and TNAs key resources, History of Nursing and many more.
It is important to properly reference your work. Cite Them Right will help you reference just about any source, using the Harvard referencing style.
Cite Them Right OnlineDescription: Cite them right online covers a comprehensive range of source types, alongside detailed advice on referencing and its importance in academic work
Subject Scope: For use by students in Business, Criminology and Sociology, Health and Education, Science and Technology and Work Based Learning. Art and Design, Law and 3rd year H&E should follow the links in the Referencing Library Subject guide. http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/plagiarismreferencing