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Psychology: Clinical Psychology (CEDAR)

Subject Guide - help and guidance on finding resources in your subject area

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Welcome to the Clinical Psychology LibGuide

   Use this Subject LibGuide to help you make the most of the library and information resources to support your training in evidence-based psychological therapies. 

Online Library Induction
Clinical psychology induction tutorial
Introduction to using psychology library resources
Searching by topic video
Finding journal articles
Accessinjg online journals video
Finding psychology e-books
Finding full text psychology articles
database introduction guide link
Ovid search guide
Medline (pubmed) search guide
Interactive activity - finding resources
Interactive activity - searching within a database
Psychological therapies searching tutorial

As part of your psychological therapies training you will need to explore the literature on evidence-based psychological therapies. This tutorial will guide you through searching library resources to find relevant literature. 

Link to psychology databases to access Cochrane Interactive Learning

Cochrane Interactive Learning provides online self-directed learning on conducting a complete systematic review. If you are required to complete a systematic review as part of your studies undertaking the training is highly recommended. Please note, you will need to use the custom link in the A-Z database listing to register an account (and re-register using this link annually).

All clinical psychology doctorate programmes required the completion of clinical research modules and a major research project dissertation. This tutorial will guide you through the steps required to systematically search for literature for your service-related project and thesis.

Study skills resources
Referencing guidance
Librarian contact
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