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Population Health Sciences

Finding resources


As part of your studies you will need to access a wide range of material to support your learning.  In this section you will discover how you can access databases and additional sources.



City crowdAdditional resources and systematic reviews


Finding specific resources

Use Library Search to find books (including eBooks) and journal articles on your reading lists or mentioned in lectures or tutorials. 


Finding resources on a topic

When working on assignments, it is likely you will need to look beyond your unit reading list for information on your topic.

  • Use Library Search by using keywords relevant to your topic.  In Library Search you will find a range of resources, including books, journal articles, audio materials and video
  • Use subject databases to carry out thorough searches on your topic. See the database page of this guide for more information. 


Accessing electronic resources 

Have a look at advice about how to access electronic resources on-site and off-site. 


Library Search

Search books, journal articles and more provided by the University of Bristol Library

Population Health Sciences resources

You can find most of the print resources for Population Health Sciences in the Medical Library.  There may also be useful print resources in the Arts and Social Sciences library


Reading lists 

You can find reading lists for your course linked to your unit pages on Blackboard.



PhD, MD, MSc, ChM and DSc theses of staff and postgraduate students of the Medical Faculties from 1910 to date, are available in the thesis collection.