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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.

Journal articles are available inline through the Library Search. Print copies of  some journals are held in the campus libraries

Library Search

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


The Library Search searches across all our print books and journals, the majority of our electronic journals, our ebooks and a number of our databases.  


You can also use the Advanced Search.

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. 

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