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Midwifery: Journals


Journals cover a range of sources, including newspapers; magazines, professional and scholarly journals (including peer-reviewed). News and research are usually published first in journals, so they are useful to keep up-to-date and to discover what the latest research is within your subject area. An academic or scholarly journal article is usually well researched by the author, so you may find a useful reference list at the end of the article which directs you to further reading.

A full list of our online journals is available on our A - Z of e-Journal TitlesPrint journals are available in your campus library.


Click here for a guide to finding articles via Summon (the Library Search)


Summon searches across all our print books and journals, the majority of our electronic journals, our ebooks and a number of our databases. When you enter a search in Summon you will get references to books, journal articles, newspapers and more.

Looking for a journal article we don't have access to?

If you are looking for a journal article which is not available through Birmingham City University, you can ask us to obtain it through the Inter-Library Loans system - just complete the online request form.