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Advanced Breast Practice and Professional Practice in Mammography guide

Useful resources for students taking short courses on the Advanced Breast Practice and Professional Practice in Mammography programmes

A guide for students on ABP and PPM modules

This subject guide will support you in finding and using the resources needed throughout your Advanced Breast Practice or Professional Practice in Mammography studies. You may also find our subject guides and skills guides useful.

Select the tabs on the left for help with the following topics:

  • Hunter and study skills - find out how to use Hunter to search for books, articles and more from the library.
  • Searching beyond Hunter - explore specialist databases and resources for finding information and learn how to plan a literature search.
  • Other learning and research resources - more useful sources to explore for your research
  • Evaluating information - learn how to judge the suitability of the sources you find and make decisions on whether to include them in your academic work.
  • Referencing - discover recommended tools to help you accurately store, cite and reference the information you find.
  • Passwords, email and wifi - look here first if you have any access issues
  • Getting more help - contact us and access links for more guides and advice.

Induction Resources

The following video will give new students an overview of the Library's services and resources. You may also like to take our Induction Quiz, which will help you to familiarise yourself with the Library's website and some of its essential resources.

Library Canvas module info here

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