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Nursing

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

Research resources for Nursing & Allied Health professionals

The Library is here to support you through all the stages of your research.

This page aims to bring together resources specific to Nursing & Allied Health professionals research.

For further research support resources, please see the Exeter Health Library Research Hub.

We have a wide selection of books about nursing research.

Here are some of our latest additions, click on the titles to check their availability.

You can browse more Nursing research books on the Library Catalogue.

The following e-books are available on nursing research.

Click on the links and log in with NHS OpenAthens if prompted. If you don't have an NHS OpenAthens account, it is quick and easy to register for one here.

These are some of the most recent publications authored by Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust staff associated with The Clinical School.

If you've recently had a paper accepted for publication, or have a conference poster you'd like to upload and share, please let us know! You can submit items for the Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Research Repository via an online form, or you can email
rde-tr.ResearchRepository@nhs.net.

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