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Literature search request form

We aim to acknowledge your request as soon as possible and will agree a timescale for your results to be returned to you.  We will always prioritise urgent patient care requests but outside of this, you will need to allow us at least a week from acknowledgement. 

Please note, we cannot carry out searches for academic course work or study but we are happy to offer you guidance.

Employee details

Forename*

Surname*

Job title*

Directorate*

Staff group*

If 'other' please state

Email address*

Department*

Contact number*


Search request details

What information do you require?*

Are you interested in a particular patient group/population/age/gender/disease? Please list any words or alternative clinical terminology associated with this subject


Further information

If you have any further information e.g. database(s) required/how comprehensive the search needs to be or guidelines/evidence based reviews only, please use this space to provide such information

Date needed by*

Delivery method (information will be emailed unless indicated otherwise)

How will the results be used?


Finally...

If you wish to discuss your search please contact library@york.nhs.uk

Please tick if you would be interested in a training session on how to access e-journals or search databases?

Email 2*:

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