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New additions for medicine & health sciences  

New books, DVDs, theses & donations received in the Medicine & Health Sciences Library. Physical copies of the latest items are on display in the Library foyer for two weeks, after which the items are transferred to the shelves if not reserved by clients.
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Nuwe titels toegevoeg per afdeling of departement / New titles added by division or department

Kom kyk gerus na die nuwe boeke wat  maandeliks in die Biblioteek uitgestal word. Besprekings kan by die Uitleentoonbank gemaak word.

Come and have a look at the new books exhibited at the Medicine and Health Sciences each month. Reservations for the books can be made at the lending desks of the library.

Hierdie lyste sluit nuwe boeke (in gedrukte- en elektroniese formaat), DVDs  en skenkings in wat in Oktober 2016 in die Biblioteek ontvang is. Die lys word nie tans maandeliks elektronies opgedateer nie. /

These lists include new books (in paper and electronic format), DVDs and donations that were received in October 2016 in the Medicine & Health Sciences Library during the last month. The list is currently not being updated electronically.

Faculty Librarians for Medicine & Health Sciences

Ingrid van der Westhuizen,
Alvina Matthee,
Kay Jacobs
Contact Info
Tel. +27 21 938-9368
Geneeskunde & Gesondheidswetenskappe Biblioteek/Medicine & Health Sciences Library
Consulting hours:
08:00-12:00; 13:00-16:30 Mondays - Fridays
Please note:
To avoid disappointment, staff and registered students of the Stellenbosch University are encouraged to make appointments for assistance or library instruction.

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