This Libguide provides access to subject resources for all nursing programmes.
This includes our subscribed databases and web resources, where you can find information for your research and assignments. You will also find support and guidance to improve your skills in searching and referencing resources in your field.
This guide covers all Nursing courses:
Mental Health Nursing
Primary Care Nursing
Public Health Nursing
There are a lot of information resources you might find helpful depending on your needs and at what stage you are with your learning or research.
Knowledge of anatomy is one of the essentials to all courses in Health and Social Care. In the library there are plenty of resources available for you to learn human anatomy:
- Online interactive learning tools
- Anatomical models and skeletons
Go to Anatomy Resources page to find out more.
- Get tips and practice using LSBU Harvard Referencing.
- Look up how to reference a particular source using LSBU Harvard Referencing Guide
- Sign up for Refworks to generate references automatically.
Find more on Referencing page.
There are plenty of training and support opportunities in the library from drop-in sessions to practical workshops on:
- Literature Searching
- Using Refworks
- Beginning your research
To sign up go to our full event calendar on Training and Support page
Please click here if you need instructions on how to make an appointment on MyAccount
Need a little extra help? The Information Skills Librarian team offer 1-2-1 appointments online via Microsoft Teams and face-to-face in the Southwark, Croydon and Havering campus.
Click the button above to view our calendar and book.
If you don't have an LSBU email, please email us at email@example.com and we can book an appointment for you. You can also contact us with questions or queries.
To find your reading lists for your modules go to one of your module pages on VLE (Moodle) and look for the following box on the right-hand side.
Alternatively, you can go straight to the Reading Lists Online
From here you can search for a module name, a module code, a keyword, or an academic.