Aberdeen City Libraries has developed healthy reading collections with input from NHS Grampian professionals and local health care organisations. The collections consist of self-help, biographical and fiction titles in a variety of formats including e-books and e-audiobooks to support individuals, their friends and family and those with an interest in the subjects.
More information can be found in our leaflet.
How to find a book in the collection
Discover books, ebooks and eaudiobooks through the library catalogue
The collections can be searched for directly through our library catalogue by doing a simple search for "Healthy reading collection". You can then narrow your results by clicking on "refine set" or by selecting options under "refine results".
Browse our collection book list
Our book lists can be browsed to find specific titles within the collections. You can use Ctrl - F to search the documents by keyword. Symbols are used to denote where a document is available in different format a key is provided at the bottom of the document. Once you've found the title you want then you can search for and reserve it via our library catalogue.
The collections cover a broad range of topics that is based upon feedback from library customers, partners and NHS health statistics. We review the collections on a regular basis to ensure they are both current and meeting customer needs. In order to deliver a relevant health information service we'd like your feedback. You can:
- provide feedback about a book in the collection by filling out this survey online (paper copies available)
- email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with general suggestions, comments, queries.
Our pages should not be seen as a replacement for seeking medical assistance when you require it. In Grampian there are a range of services available to help you get the right medical assistance when you are ill, injured or living with a long term condition. Visit Know who to turn to to find out more on the range of services available and how to access them.