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Feeling Fiction Reading Group

If you like reading for pleasure and want to escape the academic texts for a little while, but still explore the themes of health and well being, then this group is for you. Join us the fourth Wednesday of every month for a tweetchat #feelingfiction to talk about the texts we read and meet new people. Find us on Facebook and the reading list can be found here

Welcome

Welcome to the subject guide for Health and Healthcare Management. This guide will help you find books and journal articles and will give you some tips about using information resources. It also contains information about Professional Bodies and other organisations.

BBC News - Health

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College of Occuptional Therapy News

Spotlight on Meanwhile, Back in the Library: Health

The Library is very excited to announce that its next exhibition will be ‘Meanwhile, Back in the Library’ which will look at how comics, graphic novels, cartoons, newspaper strips, caricatures and picture books can be used within academia and how they connect with  subject areas such as science, game design, film, journalism, autobiography and art. 

Why not use a comic and academic text together to help get into a subject! Here are a selection of health related comics to get you started. Unsure about this approach...take a look at these articles!

Just to add, you may feel like some recreational reading...there is also a link to the first book in the The Sandman series. Whilst it may not help with your assignments, its a pretty amazing read! Even when studying, you need to take a break and you can take a look at the Meanwhile, Back in the Library Reading List Online here.

NHS Athens

What is NHS Athens?

With your Athens Username & password, healthcare students from the date of commencement of an education programme which involves practice and placement within NHS provider services, for the duration of their programme are able to access additional NHS databases and journals online. You should  receive an email in your first year early in semester 1 detailing the username & password.

What are the benefits?

Some of the databases are the same as at Sheffield Hallam University (e.g. CINAHL, MEDLINE) but there are some new ones that might provide additional information e.g. EMBASE and the BNF app.  When you log in to NHS Athens, you will see a list of what is on offer.

If you intend to work within the NHS, these resources will become your professional library, so familiarising yourself with them now could give you an advantage when you apply for jobs and start your first post.

What is my username?

Your NHS Athens username is nhsacshu followed by your Sheffield Hallam Unversity username, e.g. nhsacshub1234567.  If you don't know your password, go to the forgotten password page and enter your SHU email address (e.g. b1234567@my.shu.ac.uk) to be emailed a replacement password.  Contact athens-help@shu.ac.uk if you have any problems. 

NB: Staff need to contact athens-help@shu.ac.uk  to ask for an account to be created.

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We love books... and are always looking for new publications to support your learning and teaching, and to keep the library collections up to date with high-quality materials.  If you think we're missing something crucial though, we'd like to hear about it.  You can let us know here.

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