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Foundation degree healthcare practice and nursing associate students

A guide to SGUL library and information resources for students on the above courses

Contact the Liaison team

Contact your liaison librarians for subject specific guidance and help with finding resources for your course

Your named librarians are:

Liaison Librarian
Anna El-Jouzi
(Mondays to Thursdays)

Liaison Support Librarian
James Calvert

Contact Olga Rodriguez Falcon at for help with academic writing and revision techniques, or use the email

Contact our IT trainer, Fiona Graham at for help with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel...)

Contact a member of the IT support team at for advice or help with SGUL passwords, as well as laptops, mobile devices, WiFi etc.

On-Call Librarian - Help at Hand

Are you looking for some extra help with referencing, literature searching, or finding and accessing healthcare information?

Our new on-call librarian service replaces the Research Enquiries Desk and is designed to offer a more flexible approach to in-person help. There is no need to book, simply visit the Library Helpdesk between 10am and 2pm (Monday to Friday) and ask to speak to the on-call librarian.

From the big questions to the little ones, our on-call librarians are here to help.

Unable to join us in person? Email

When do I use my SGUL network login and when do I use my KU network login?

The Nursing Associate course is taught at St George's, University of London (SGUL).  From September 2019 onwards this course is validated by Kingston University.  Students are enrolled at both Universities, and have 2 network logins, one for SGUL and one for Kingston University, which are used for specific resources.  An explanation of which login works for which resource is below. 

SGUL network login

For all courses that start after September 2019

Use your SGUL network login to:

Sign in to Hunter (SGUL's library catalogue and search engine) so you can view your Library account and save links to journal articles that you have found on Hunter.  Use your SGUL login to view the full text of electronic books and journal articles. 


SGUL Wifi access: Select eduroam from the list of options

username =  your whole email e.g.

password = Your SGUL network password

This will work at any higher education institution, and possibly other places nearby or connected to such institutions (mine has worked in surprising places!)

For courses that started before September 2019, use your SGUL network login to access:

All of the above, plus SGUL Canvas.  You can enrol onto the SGUL Canvas module if is not on your dashboard:

Select the  icon, then find

Select the LIbrary icon and click on Enrol

Kingston University network login

For all courses starting after September 2019

Use your Kingston University network login for:

Canvas, your Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).  The SGUL Library module should be available on your dashboard:

If you can't see it, please contact Anna El-Jouzi using your University email (e.g. stating which course you are undertaking, and the course start date. 

View the link to Units on the left hand side, in particular, Referencing Essentials, and Findng and Evaluating Information.