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There is a host of resources that UEA already provides, which can be accessed away from campus. You can see the full selection in our A-Z list, but here are a few that we think will be especially helpful.


If there is one resource you can't afford to miss, it's ClinicalKey. Simply put, this is the best collection of medical e-books you can access and the sooner you get started with this resource, the better. There are so many titles in the collection, including some of the 'big hitters', like Kumar & Clark, Davidson's, and Rang & Dale - plus a lot more. So get started today, check out our quick-start video for tips.


Need to brush up on you clinical approach to different presentations? CAPSULE is a resource worth looking at - it will provide you with a collection of case studies to examine, and allows you to test your clinical decision making skills. 

Note - you will need a login to access CAPSULE. This should have been emailed to you earlier in the year, but if it has not, then please contact Matthew Smith (


Anatomy and physiology is a key part of the curriculum and there is nothing like learning from lifelike models. Luckily, we have access to a number of anatomy tools that allow you to investigate 3D models of the human body. Anatomy.TV is a great option for browsing on your computer, but we also have access to Complete Anatomy and Visible Body, which are apps you can download to your own devices. Whichever tool works best for you, you should have all the anatomical models you will need, at your fingertips.

Install the Library browser plugin


If you are accessing resources off campus or from a search engine, you need to have this installed to get the best experience. Do it. Install now.

Enrol on the Library Blackboard space

undefinedFinding resources? Knowing good from bad? Referencing for an essay? Doing a literature review? Answers to these questions and more on the Blackboard space. Enrol now and use whenever.

Need help?

1. There are loads of great guides on our Blackboard space - try here first.

2. Drop your librarian an email: