Libraries are located in each of the major hospitals in Wales and aim to provide a friendly, helpful and responsive high quality service to support patient care, education, continuing professional development, training and research. Membership is open to local NHS Wales staff and also undergraduate medical, nursing and allied health students on clinical placement.
Each library provides an extensive range of services including:
All library services are underpinned by a commitment to excellent customer care as outlined in the AWHILES libraries customer care policy (2013).
Please contact your local library for further information and how to join.
In addition to these local and national services, all training grade doctors and dentists are registered with a Cardiff University network account which allows access to the University eLibrary and databases via the University portal: http://portal.cardiff.ac.uk
Cardiff University e-resources
October 2013 update for Wales Deanery training grade doctors and dentists - includes news of BMJ Case Reports subscription Update on Cardiff University Library Service e-resources October2013.pdf233.58 KB
August 2013 update for Wales Deanery training grade doctors and dentists - includes news of one year trial of UpToDate, how to keep in touch with trials of new e-resources, how to access the BNF app, and using the eduroam wi-fi service now available in ABMUHB and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Update on Cardiff University Library Service e-resources August 2013.pdf229.22 KB
Cardiff University and NHS Wales hospital libraries work together in the AWHILES partnership which underpins the health library service in NHS Wales.
For further information please contact Meg Gorman, Senior Health Librarian, Cardiff University Library Service and Wales Deanery Library Adviser (email: ).
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