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Library resources and services to support Nursing staff at the Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures

Access the Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures online.

Log in with NHS OpenAthens if prompted.

Request a book/chapter

Can't find the book/chapter you're looking for?

Request it for free (if it's for Trust/clinical work) and we'll try and track it down from another library for you.


Books and e-books

These are a selection of the latest additions to our Nursing collection.

You can browse more Nursing titles here, or search for specific titles on the Library Catalogue.

You can also browse the Nursing & Midwifery Core Collection (2016) on the catalogue. 

If you can't find the book you need, request a book/chapter via our Document Supply Service.

For more information about renewing your books, borrowing allowances etc, see our Help guide.

We have a growing collection of e-books on various topics, and quite a few on nursing!
These books are available online 24/7 to RD&E staff.

You can browse e-book titles by collection here:

See below for some of our recently added e-book titles.
Click on the links below and log in with NHS OpenAthens if prompted.

Here are a selection of the exam/revision/study skills books available on Nursing.

Click here to browse more exam/revision/study skills books on the Library Catalogue.

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