Welcome to the blog of the UCL Ear Institute and RNID Libraries
By Alex P Stagg, on 23 September 2011
Welcome to the new blog for the UCL Ear Institute and
RNID – Action on Hearing Loss – Libraries at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, in King’s Cross, London.
The UCL Ear Institute and RNID Libraries are a collaborative venture between UCL, Action on Hearing Loss (RNID) and the NHS. As well as providing services to staff and students at UCL, Action on Hearing Loss, and the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust, the libraries are open to the public and provide reference and enquiry services to anybody conducting research connected with ENT medicine, hearing, or deafness.
Through this blog we will provide regular information about the library service – details of new books, electronic resources, and opening times. We will also highlight reliable sources of online information for anybody interested in hearing loss and deafness or other ear nose and throat issues such as voice disorders or allergic rhinitis, and where possible suggest background reading about relevant issues arising in the news.