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Mariann Hilliar

Mariann Hilliar

Works in Health Library at Cardiff University as a subject librarian.

Latest posts

New South Door to Health Library

Posted on 21 June 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

From Tonight out of hours access for library users will be via the new South door. You will be able to access the library from the new South door without […]

Additional Study Space

Posted on 21 May 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

Between 9am and 9pm rooms 2.29 & 2.30 in the Cochrane Building, UHW will be made available from Wednesday 9th May until 15th June for silent study. When it is […]

Postgraduate students – we want your feedback! We’re all ears!

Posted on 8 March 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

Influence the future of your libraries today. Let us know your views online or in our sites by 18th March and enter a draw to win a £25 Amazon voucher and […]

University Buildings Closed Due to Snow

Posted on 1 March 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

All University Buildings are closed from 10am this morning due to adverse weather conditions. Health Library will be closed from today until Saturday at 7am at the earliest. Stay warm […]

Need somewhere to park your wheels?

Posted on 19 February 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

Some of you reported (myself included) that you find it difficult to find somewhere to park your bike and that more bike racks around the Cochrane Building at UHW are […]

New Books Added to Stock @ Health Library

Posted on 2 February 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

Search https://Librarysearch.cardiff.ac.uk for the title and restrict to Health Library

Systematic Review: Food From our Oceans

Posted on 1 February 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

The Cardiff University-based Academia Europea Hub (Wales) has overseen the compilation of a major new Evidence Review Report Food from the Oceans, which examines the question of how the ocean can […]

Top Loans in December 2017

Posted on 29 January 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

Are you missing out?

BMJ Best Practice

Posted on 19 January 2018 by Mariann Hilliar

We recently took a subscription to BMJ Best Practice – Access it via the Library to ensure you have off campus access (rather than searching for it via Google) or […]