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Medicine: Home

This guide will help you find information and introduce you to medical resources available at the UTAS library

This Guide is no longer being maintained or updated, and will be unavailable after 30/06/2018.

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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

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Student Learning and Development are here so you can make the most of your learning.

A consultation with a Student Learning Adviser supports your development of academic skills you need to succeed in your study:

  • assignment writing (with the exception of Capstone assignments),
  • exam preparation,
  • referencing,
  • numeracy and
  • English language skills.

A consultation with a Student Learning Librarian supports your development of information and research skills you need to succeed in your study:

  • Scoping your search topic
  • Choosing appropriate search tools and sources
  • Strategic database searching
  • Evaluating information sources
  • Applying referencing styles


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We now have access to a series of streaming videos on vaccines.

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