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.
In addition, 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
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.
February 2014 update on Cardiff University e-resources including news of UpToDate, BMJ case reports and eduroam wi-fi access Update on Cardiff University Library Service e resources February 2014.pdf254.26 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: ).
Please click here for details on Paediatric...
Please see the attached information regarding an Acute and General medicine Symposium taking place on the Gower Peninsula, Swansea.
This event has traditionally been held as part of the Acute medicine...
We are now accepting abstract submissions and registration for the Exeter National Medical Education Conference on Saturday 27th June.
Foundation doctors may be interested in our established introduction to anaesthesia course at UCL on the 26th July https://www.ucl.ac.uk/anaesthesia/education/AnaesthesiaIntroduction...
Trainees can reserve a place on the course using the following link and the booking system.
The Wales Deanery's Medical Education Unit is offering the following one day courses on:
Assessing Trainees in Clinical Settings
The Wales Deanery is no longer signposting Skills for Trainees courses delivered by external providers. The courses provided internally will still be available. Please see details below;
The Welsh Institute of Minimal Access Therapy (WIMAT), based at The Wales Deanery, Cardiff University provides a wide range of postgraduate education and training for junior doctors through to consultants...
This 2 day training course uses MCQs, clinical cases and VIVAs to prepare higher surgical trainees for their exit exams. The emphasis is very much placed on simulating exam conditions in a formative environment.