St George's Library currently has access to over 3000 electronic books. E-books can be accessed online anytime, from anywhere. 

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Use Hunter to find and access our e-books:

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Look for the green 'Full text available' link, and click it to view your access options.


We have four main providers of e-books: MyiLibrary, DawsonEra, Oxford Medicine Online and Oxford Clinical Psychology.

There are changes to how to download e-books from DawsonEra, please read our blog post (Sept 2017).


How do I access NHS e-books?

NHS e-books can be found through Hunter. Click the NHS users login here option in the View Online section of the item record and login with your OpenAthens username and password. For further help with NHS E-books see our online guide: Finding NHS Ebooks - PDF.


The Grey Book

Guidelines for the management of common medical emergencies and for the use of antimicrobial drugs.

This is the 40th year of publication for The Grey Book: Professor Joe Collier launched the first edition in August 1979, initially to support junior doctors. Now edited by Dr Teck Khong, it is updated twice a year by contributing consultants and published by St George's, University of London and St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

The 70th edition of the Grey Book (August 2019) is now available.


Last Updated: Tuesday, 06 August 2019 11:14

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