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Welcome

This guide includes information for all School of Bioscience Education teaching departments and research divisions associated with the School of Bioscience Education/Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine - including Anatomy, Biochemistry, Genetics, Immunology, Neuroscience, Nutrition & Dietetics, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Pharmacy & Forensic Science, Physiology and Physiotherapy.

You will find lots of useful information on these pages about our print and online resources as well as the training and support on offer. Please use the tabs at the top or links below to explore the resources that are relevant to your subject area.

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Exam past papers

The Library does not hold paper copies of exam past papers for the School of Bioscience Education.

A selection for certain modules are available online on the Virtual Campus Past Papers page. Please note that in many cases a past paper may not be available and that module leaders may post some sample questions rather than an entire past paper in advance of the exam.

You may like to contact the Academic Centre or your module leader/use the FAQ tab for the module on the Virtual Campus or discussion area of the relevant KEATS module to confirm whether a past exam paper will be made available.

Help with finding eresources

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Our 'Getting Started' materials are available 24/7 from on or off campus under the KLaSS area of KEATS. 

New resources

Oxford Medicine Online

Access to over 900 books from Oxford University Press' medical titles ranging across Clinical Medicine, Medical Skills, Neuroscience, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Public Health and Epidemiology. The books include the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine and the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, as well as titles from the Mayo Clinic Scientific Press so you can read every Oxford HandbookOxford TextbookEmergencies inOxford Desk References whenever you need it. And online offers additional possibilities so the Oxford Textbook of Medicine was updated in February and includes extra chapters, videos and so on. 

Oxford Medicine Online (OMO) - Kings  [remember you will need to log in with your King's username and password if you are off campus to see these resources].