Print Books & E-books
The Library has a large collection of renal textbooks available in print and online.
You can borrow up to 10 print books for 4 weeks at a time.
You can reserve books online if you join the Library.
Some of our most recent additions to stock are:
eJournals & Databases
The Library has a large collection of electronic journals on nephrology
Some of our most popular nephrology journals are:
You can access eJournals at work or at home with an OpenAthens account.
You can search for more journals using BrowZine – a quick and simple way to keep track of what’s new in your favourite journals.
You can also do a literature search on databases, such as Medline, Cinahl and PubMed, to find journal articles and systematic reviews on specific areas of renal care. Need help with this? Book onto one of our training sessions.
Evidence-based Information & Resources
Need evidence on a specific nephrology topic? Request a literature search and we will save you time by searching databases for you.
You can also use the following resources to browse the latest medical research in nephrology – helping you make evidence-based decisions at the point of care:
Earn CME/CPD credits while searching for answers to your clinical questions. Reduce time spent preparing for appraisal and revalidation, and demonstrate continuous improvement and development.