Databases are specialist search engines that search for quality information, such as journals articles, in specific subject areas.
The databases below are listed in order of relevance for your subject. Hover over the icons to see what help is available.
For help searching the databases contact your SOH&LS information team. Details on the Home page
Please note that all databases are provided for educational use only
Use Discovery - input your topic or the details of a journal article to search across most of the Library's resources
If you know the name of a Journal, enter the title here to check if it's available in the Library
To link through to a complete list of e-journals: A-Z list
Click on the link below to access a list of e-journal titles. Then click on the titles to view the Library's holdings. To access the e-journals off campus use your IT username and password.
We offer a tutorial service to help with searching the specialist databases on your topic.
To request a tutorial with a Health Librarian please click on the booking button below:
1. Tutorials can be booked 2 weeks in advance.
2. The tutorials are for 1 hour.
3. Tutorials are offered via Microsoft Teams, email or telephone.
For help with academic skills see the Learning Advisors for Literacy tutorials https://libguides.tees.ac.uk/tutorials/literature
The following guides will help you to develop your skills in searching the literature for evidence based practice