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Medicine   Tags: health_science, medicine  

This guide will help you find information and introduce you to medical resources available at the UTAS library
Last Updated: Jul 2, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Medicine Library Guide

The library has a huge range of information resources that will help you with your studies. Use this subject guide to find the most relevant resources

Click on the tabs at the top of the guide to navigate its contents

Your librarians liaise with your lecturers to ensure that you have high quality information available on campus, at home and at work

Student Learning

Student Learning can assist you to develop study skills for your discipline.

Take part in workshops or one on one consultations either face to face or online on topics such as:



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    UTAS Library Megasearch

    Search across UTAS Library electronic resources, books and more with MEGASEARCH

    What's new

    The following two online resources relevant to Medicine are now available:

    • Medline via Ovid

    • Anatomy & Physiology Online
      Primal Pictures’ Anatomy & Physiology Online is a web-based interactive 3D anatomy resource for both teachers and students, with 20 interactive modules covering every body system with accurate and interactive 3D anatomy and media rich physiology content that is brings this complex subject to life.

    The latest Research from your School/Menzies

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    Your Librarian - Hobart

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    Michaela Venn
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    Clinical Library
    Monday, Wednesday and Friday
    Phone: (03) 6226 4812
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    Your Librarian - Hobart

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    Libby Seymour
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    Clinical Library
    Tuesday and Thursday
    (03) 6226 4813
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