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Loanable resources

Register with the Public Health Resource Centre

To be able to loan resources you must first register with the Public Health Resource Centre (PHRC) by downloading and completing a registration form (Word 746KB).

Library catalogue

Our online library catalogue is the most up to date record of our resources. You can search for all the resources we stock including models, books, DVDs and CD ROMS, videos, leaflets and posters, games, teaching packs and equipment.

Search the library catalogue to browse our resources.

You can place holds on items you would like to borrow, except for models, which need to be booked via email to phrc@leeds.gov.uk or by telephone call on 0113 378 6200.

Use our search tips to help find what you need.

Enter 'Public Health Resource Centre' as the library you are searching.

Shelves containing DVDsYou can also search for resources at the other NHS Leeds libraries.

NHS staff can borrow resources from these libraries directly but registered users of the PHRC can access them by inter library loan.

If you find a resource from another library you would like, please email us at phrc@leeds.gov.uk.

PHRC classification scheme

You may also find the PHRC classification scheme document (PDF 28.6KB) very useful for ascertaining the breadth of topics that the resource centre covers.

Typing 'Ctrl' and 'F' on your keyboard will bring up the FIND function to allow you to search the document.

Models and equipment

Models and equipment can be borrowed for up to 2 weeks depending on availability.

To enquire about booking models and equipment please email us at phrc@leeds.gov.uk.

PHRC staff can help advise on the models that can help you to get your health message across and recommend alternatives if your chosen model is not available when you require it.

It is advised that you book the models you require well in advance to avoid disappointment as they are very popular.

For the most up to date information about our models, please go to the library catalogue and search for 'models' and the topic you are interested in. This will bring up all the models we have available on that topic.​​​​​


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