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Mental Health Mood & Anxiety

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The Library and Knowledge Service for Sussex Partnership has a number of ways to keep health care staff up to date with the latest evidence. Here is a selected list of resources and services available for your use. See all resources on our website.

To access the online resources listed you will need an OpenAthens account. Register for your account here. Remember to select Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust as your organisation.

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    • Primer on bipolar disorder. Strakowski S et al. Oxford University Press, 2020. Available in print.
    • Thinking good, feeling better. Stallard P. Wiley Blackwell, 2018. Available online.
    • Managing social anxiety: a cognitive-behavioral therapy approach. Hope D et al. Oxford University Press, 2019. Available in print.
    • Overcoming panic: a self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques. Manicavasagar V et al. Robinson, 2017. Available in print.
    • An introduction to coping with phobias. Hogan B. Constable & Robinson, 2013. Available online.

    See the full collection at the library catalogue.

      Evidence Searching

      We provide evidence to answer questions about patient care, service improvement, research and clinical teaching. To request a search, contact

      Recent searches for Mood and Anxiety include:

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        Other Resources

        • Cochrane Clinical Answers – clinically focused research from Cochrane Reviews. Each CCA contains a clinical Q&A with data on outcomes relevant to healthcare professionals and links to graphics.
        • ClinicalKey – a decision-making resource that draws relevant answers from a wide range of current, comprehensive content across 30+ medical specialties.
        • BMJ Best Practice – regularly updated, this resource draws on the latest evidence-based research to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. App available.

          Exam Preparation

          We provide access to online exam resources from The Birmingham Course. Full details are on the Study for Exams page on our website.

            Prescribing Guidelines and Clinical Procedures

              Information Skills Teaching

              We offer a wide range of skills sessions to support evidence-based healthcare.

              For more information, see the Improve your Searching and Evaluating Skills page on our website.

                Evidence Updates/Current Awareness

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                Focusing on the evidence that will change practice, and the latest publications on quality, innovation, productivity and prevention, our aim is to bring you what you need to know and no more.

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                  Publication date: October 2021

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