The Bioethics Centre Departmental Library is a reference library for use by students and staff. Books are not for loan, but can be used within the Centre. Reading space is provided within the Library.
A good starting point for using the library is the Bioethics Subject Guide, maintained by the Bioethics Centre's Subject Librarian, Sarah Gallagher. On the Subject Guide you will find essential resources provided by the library to assist you with your research and writing.
Mike is librarian for the Bioethics Centre's departmental library. Contact him if you have a book recommendation, if you're having trouble finding a book in the departmental library, or if you would like to discuss any issues relating to the departmental library.
Thelma is the Subject Librarian for the Bioethics Centre. Her role is to support academic staff with their teaching and research, and students with their research and learning. Thelma is involved in teaching information and research skills classes within some Bioethics papers, and supports several papers with library resources materials in Blackboard. Contact Thelma if you would like to meet her, discuss your research, and learn about what library services the University offers and how to use them, especially the Health Sciences Library.