The primary role of the Library is to assist new graduates embarking on their Professional Development Phase (PDP), as well as vets and veterinary nurses keeping up with their CPD requirements.
We do this by offering subsidised membership scheme which offers a range of benefits, including access to a range of full text electronic journals and VetMed Resource, a bibliographic database on veterinary medicine, as well as discounts on our services.
Let our services and resources keep you informed on the latest information and reading in your area of interest.
Topics in focus
Each month we focus on a topic where we highlight articles, information sources and references retrieved from CABAbstracts database that you may find useful.
Where to start with EBVM
- EBVM Learning - an online tutorial
- EBVM Toolkit - to help busy practitioners answer a clinical question with the best available evidence
- EBVM learning resources
Other services we offer
- Books and journals are available for you to borrow in person or by post
- Our journal circulation service will deliver the latest issue of a journal to your door
- Subscribe to our subject alert services and receive the latest bibliographic references and abstracts on your subject of interest
- Attend our literature searching workshop for tips on how to search more effectively
Literature searching workshop
We offer workshops on a one-to-one basis to show you how to use our range of electronic resources, searching techniques and how to construct searching strategies.
Please contact us at email@example.com, to arrange a time suitable to you.
If you are unable to come in to the library, we can arrange to deliver the workshop online.
Guides to making the most of our resources
We have put together a range of guides, for example, how to acknowledge sources used with the Harvard system of referencing, and guides on improving your search results on our Discovery platform. These guides are available to download from the 'Related documents' box.
If you require more assistance, Library staff are always available over the phone. Please contact the Library on 020 7202 0752 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.