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Library and information services

Citation styles

Publication - Posted on 25/10/2012

Advice on correctly referencing your documents including examples of citing journal articles, books and book chapters, reports, conference proceedings, websites, etc. ...

Donating Physiotherapy Material

Publication - Posted on 01/10/2012

This paper has been compiled to help support the many requests received from members by the CSP each year regarding where to send donations of physiotherapy related books, journals and other materials. ...

Ebscohost search tips

Page - Posted on 14/08/2012

1 March 2018 14 August 2012 Use these search tips to improve ...

CSP Library and information services leaflet

Publication - Posted on 20/09/2011

This leaflet provides an overview of library and information services provided by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) ...

CSP library collection management policy

Publication - Posted on 25/11/2010

This collection management policy outlines the materials that should be acquired in terms of subject matter, media type, source, format and budget, and the level of collection. ...

Latest from the library

Frontline article - Posted on 14/06/2010

The CSP’s online library catalogue now has a cleaner, sharper, screen design. The upgrade has also added a ‘shopping basket’ function ...

NHS access to bibliographic databases

Page - Posted on 03/02/2010

1 March 2018 22 June 2011 Those working in the NHS have ...

New home for resources

Frontline article - Posted on 01/10/2008

The CSP’s Learning Resource Centre has been revamped and moved within the Society’s London headquarters The centre is now in the ...

New library services for CSP members

News item - Posted on 17/06/2008

17 June 2008 Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) An ...

National Library for Health (NLH) 2008 User Survery

News item - Posted on 14/02/2008

14 February 2008 NLH User Survey 2008: play an important role in helping to shape National Library for Health services ...

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