The Library uses the Barnard Classification Scheme to organise print resources into subject-related categories. Cyril Barnard was the School’s first professional librarian, and he wrote his A classification for medical and veterinary libraries in 1936, amended in 1955. There was an urgent need to update the…
University library collections support the teaching and research demands placed by the organisation in which they are embedded. Not only are resources in collections dominated by thought and knowledge creation of the global north, but several library practices contribute to this colonial bias. The nature of library collections has…
Library Inductions for new students.Welcome to all our new students! We look forward to supporting you in your studies this year.There is a lot of information for new arrivals to take in during Welcome week. When you have time, please feel free to contact the Library (library@lshtm…
(Meno)Pause for thought
Embrace this time of life, ladies
Embrace it with fear, trepidation, elation
Embrace it anyway cos it ain’t going away.
Embrace it cos it’s coming your way.
Here are some stuff about it.
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Nelson, H (2008) “Menopause…
Public health involves interactions with a variety of professionals each with overlapping values and goals. In comparison to bioethics or medical ethics, which has a strong grounding in the discourse of the individual or autonomous directives, public health ethics has a distinctive characteristic of having a population wide perspective. In…
In the name of Open Access Week 2017, we have had a look at some of the research produced by LSHTM researchers over the past year to see whether the content of research that is featured in blog posts and news articles is available to everyone and anyone to read…
The Library now provides access to two Springer journal archives:
Biomedical and Life Sciences (189 titles)
Medicine (159 titles)
Access is usually from Volume 1 of a title, and unless the title ceases before then, access stops in 1996. Coverage in Biomedical and Life Sciences goes back to 1851, and…
Want to let the Library know which journals are essential for your research, teaching or learning? Time is running out – deadline 26 August 2016.
The survey is quick to complete, fill it in now and…
On the 4th July 2016 the Library will be launching its annual journal consultation. This is your chance to let the Library know which titles are relevant to your needs, whether it be for learning, teaching, or researching.
There are 3 different questionnaires, one for each Faculty:
Following feedback from readers and the Annual Journal Consultation (2015), the Library is pleased to announce new subscriptions to the following titles:
Critical Social Policy (Sage)
Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics (Taylor & Francis)
Lancet HIV (Elsevier)
Maternal and Child Health (Springer)
Qualitative Research (Sage)
Sociological Quarterly (Wiley)