This list relates to the year 2016/17 which ended on 30/09/2017
This list has been archived
  1. The information below is taken from the 2015/2016 list

  2. Essential 2 items
    1. Essentials of anatomy and physiology - Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan Derrickson c2013

      Book Essential

    2. If you can only acquire an older edition then that is fine as long as it is not too old!!

  3. Recommended 5 items
    1. Physiology and anatomy for nurses and healthcare practitioners: a homeostatic approach - John Clancy, Andrew J. McVicar, John Clancy 2009

      Book Recommended

    2. Physiology and anatomy for nurses and healthcare practitioners: a homeostatic approach - John Clancy, Andrew J. McVicar, dawsonera 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    3. Physical assessment for nurses c2004

      Book Recommended

    4. Pathophysiology: the biologic basis for disease in adults and children - Kathryn L. McCance, Sue E. Huether c2010

      Book Recommended

    5. Physiology for nursing practice - Susan E. Montague, Roger Watson, Rosamund Herbert 2005

      Book Recommended

  4. Journals 10 items
  5. Electronic 15 items
    1. *The site addresses are correct at the time of submission but are subjec to change.

    2. CEBM

      Website  Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine provides useful links and tool kits.

    3. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.

      Website  The Cochrane Library provides access to high quality evidence to inform people providing and receiving care, and those responsible for research, teaching, funding and administration at all levels. Use the link to The Cochrane Collaboration and then click on the Cochrane Library Button

    4. Department of Health - GOV.UK

      Webpage  The Department of Health produces new guidelines which are published on its web site and are listed on the “What’s New” page. The page changes almost daily

    5. NICE | The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      Website  The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence works on behalf of the National Health Service and the people who use it. They make recommendations on treatments and care using the best available evidence.

    6. Bandolier - Evidence based thinking about health care

      Journal  Bandolier is a print and Internet journal about health care, using evidence-based medicine techniques to provide advice about particular treatments or diseases for healthcare professionals and consumers.

    7. British National Formulary:

      Webpage  An up to date and highly authoritative information resource on medicines prescribed in the UK

    8. JBI

      Website  This Australian site acts as a guide for the completion of systematic reviews that will aim to present the best available evidence. Joanna Briggs Institute for Evidence Based Nursing and Midwifery.

    9. British Nutrition Foundation - British Nutrition Foundation

      Website  The British Nutrition Foundation website, a UK based charity partially funded by the food industry and the government. The information section addresses issues concerning Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), including the rates and risks, diet, blood pressure, maintaining a healthy weight, fatty acids etc

    10. Some of the patient support group website:

    11. The Moodle site contains a variety of learning tools and module content and you are advised to access this frequently. Anatomy 101 on Moodle is also useful to you.



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