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Are you struggling to locate journals or evidence-based information?

Do you know how to assess whether an article is reliable?

Thinking of undertaking research within the Trust?

You need one of our sessions!


Click on a heading below to go to the appropriate section:

Training FAQs
Training FAQs


How is training delivered?

Training is available to small groups or individuals, either face to face or virtually.


When is training available?

At a convenient time for you and your colleagues, please contact us to discuss your needs.

How long is each training session?

Usually between 1-2 hours, depending on the training session.


Who delivers the training?

One or more of our highly experienced Clinical Librarians at UHDB.


What training is offered?

See our Training courses available below.

Where is the training delivered?

Sessions can be delivered within the library, in your department, or virtually over Teams. Contact us to discuss your preferred options.

What if my requirements don't quite match the course descriptions, can you still help me?

Absolutely! The course descriptions below act as guidance for what we can provide. However, we are flexible and can tailor training to your specific needs and requirements. Please contact us to discuss your needs.

Why should I attend training?

Attending a training can count towards you CPD hours for accreditation, helps you stay up-to-date with skills and aligns with professional codes.

Training courses available

Training courses available

How to book

How to book

Contact us in the library to discuss the training session you'd like to organise!


01283 511511 Ext. 6486/6487

What have your colleagues said about training
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What have your colleagues said about training?

Webinars From Database Providers

Mental Health information on ProQuest – PsycInfo, the other APA databases and the Psychology Database – Thursday, January 25th – 10:00-11:00

Plan and execute a systematic review search using ProQuest resources – Tuesday, February 6th – 10:00-11:00

Mental Health information on Dialog – PsycInfo and other databases – Tuesday, February 20th – 10:00-11:00

Plan and execute a systematic review search using Dialog resources – Tuesday, March 5th – 10:00-11:00

Biomedicine and Public Health information on ProQuest – Health Research Premium collection and Medline – Tuesday, March 19th – 10:00-11:00

You can find the schedule and registration links here:   

Please click on the links of choice to register.

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