In this guide you will find information about resources and library services available to nursing, nurse associate and healthcare assistant staff at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust staff.
The library offers a wide range of services to support you with your clinical practice.
You also have three NHS Librarians available to help with any additional needs or enquiries you may have, including 1:1 training.
Karen John-Piere (NHS and Liaison Manager) email: email@example.com tel: 020 8725 5433
Stephen Reid (NHS Liaison Support Librarian and OpenAthens Administrator) email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 020 8725 5433
The Library is open: 8am - 11pm Mon-Fri (Security presence only after 6pm), 9am-9pm Sat-Sun (Security presence only all weekend)
Access: You will need your St George's NHS staff card or library access card to access the Library and Computer Rooms. The Library and Computer Rooms are on 1st floor of Hunter Wing.
Open: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
Location: Library entrance
Phone: 020 8725 5466
The helpdesk can assist you with
Outside of these times the library is self-service only. Self-service hours refer to periods when the library is open, but unstaffed.
Open: Currently closed but you can find us online every weekday from 12-1 here: Online drop-ins
Location: Quiet Study Area.
Phone: 020 8725 5514.
This is a drop-in service where you can get help with finding and accessing information, referencing and much more...
*Opening hours can be subject to change, please call the helpdesk to check availability.
Open: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Location: First floor, Hunter Wing.
There are multi-functional printer/photocopier/scanners available in the Library and Computer Rooms. To access the multi-functional devices you will need to:
During self-service hours, you will be able to:
You will not be able to:
No food is permitted in the Library. Drinks (in lidded containers) are allowed.
You can use the silent functions only, please do not make or receive calls in the Library.
Please respect others by observing the specific rules displayed in the Quiet and Silent study areas.
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