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Midwifery: Books & eBooks

Books & eBooks / Pukapuka & pukapuka tāhiko

Using the Catalogue

You should always start your search for books and eBooks at the catalogue or OneSearch, even if you know the area where the books you need are shelved in the library.  The catalogue can tell you exactly where on the shelves the book you need is, which campus it is on, the loan period, and if it is available.  If there in an eBook available a direct link to the book is provided.

eBooks

The Library uses three different eBook platforms, which means some eBooks could look different or have different functionalities than others.  For help using eBooks, check out this LibGuide.

New General Health Care Books

Some Midwifery Books

Why use books?

Advantages of using books:

  • There is already a form of quality check done on them through the editing process. But this doesn't mean that mistakes can't be made... check all the information you find against other sources for inconsistencies and bias.
  • Provides an overview of the topic and helps you put the issue into context.

Disadvantages of using books:

  • There is a time delay in publishing information, so very new groups, or movements, may not have much written about them.

How to reference a book in APA 7th

How to reference an eBook in APA 7th

New Midwifery Books

Required and Recommended texts

Clinical Key

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