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Psychology for Healthcare Library: Welcome


Welcome to this guide for finding information for HSC Psychology staff.  This guide is designed to help you find and use the library resources most useful for your work or research. As your specialist librarian, I am available to provide:

  • advice on searching for and locating library resources
  • training on using specific databases
  • assistance in building a literature search

Please use the tabs above to navigate this LibGuide.  Please get in touch if you have any questions, or if you would like to arrange a workshop for your team at a convenient location.

I am based in both Craigavon Hospital and in the Medical Library, but I am more than happy to visit any HSC location as required.

Reading Well at The Healthcare Library of Northern Ireland

The local Reading Well Collection was developed in The Healthcare Library of Northern Ireland in response to a request from a Clinical Psychologist based in the BHSCT Occupational Health Team who saw the value of providing books for staff who had been referred to their employer’s occupational health team.    

The books cover topics such as: stress, anxiety, depression, grief, eating disorders, pain, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, postnatal depression etc.

Books are available for loan from the Healthcare library, either by calling in person, or by using the place request option on the library homepage.    The book can then be posted to your nearest branch library for collection, or it may be possible to post it to your work address.


The Healthcare Library subscribes to 1000s of journals, most of which can be read on-line via its website.

There are several ways to search for journal articles:

  • Search by key word or article title in the main search box on the home page
  • Search within any journal for articles on a topic by selecting the E-journal A-Z  
  • Search for a specific journal article


Specialist Librarian

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Hazel Neale
Email :
028 9097 8901

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