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Occupational Therapy

Welcome to guide for Occupational Therapy

Welcome to the Occupational Therapy guide. These pages highlight key resources which can be used to support your research in Occupational Therapy

Databases and webpages useful for this subject area

Databases

Websites

Printed Resources

Printed resources

Reference books can provide a valuable first approach to a subject area and an ideal source of background information. There are many different types of reference books and the more familiar formats include encyclopaedias, dictionaries, guides, handbooks and directories. 

Here are some examples of reference books that may be useful to the study of Physiotherapy:

  • Guide to Libraries and Information Sources in Medicine and Health Care
  • Black's Medical Dictionary
  • Gray's Anatomy (41st ed)