Posts Tagged ‘e-resources’


April 1, 2012

 DynaMed is a point-of-care clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and other health care professionals and students. It is a resource for answering most clinical questions and contains clinically-organized summaries for thousands of topics.
Updated daily, DynaMed monitors the content of over 500 medical journals on a daily basis through Systematic Literature Surveillance, and is the only resource that applies the 7-step systematic evidence-based process to all of its content, assuring that the science backing the recommendations is sound.

Access is via your NHS Athens login.

To access DynaMed from within the Trust click here
To access DynaMed via NHS Athens, click here
To access DynaMed on your mobile device, contact the library.

Online access to “The Big Three”

February 1, 2012

We now have online access to New England Journal of MedicineBMJ and The Lancet. You can access these, as well as all our electronic journals from our library homepage using your Trust Athens login.
Please speak with a member of staff for more information.

New additions to Oxford Handbook ebook collection

February 1, 2012

We are pleased to announce additions to our Oxford Handbook ebook collection. You will now have access to 91 titles including The Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Emergencies in Critical Care, Oxford Handbook of Medical Statistics and Oxford Textbook of Heart Failure.  You can access these from our Library catalogue using your Trust Athens Login.

Royal Marsden Manual Online

February 1, 2012

You can now access the Royal Marsden Manual via the Trust intranet without needing to log in.
To find the Manual, look for the ‘Guidelines’ link on the left side of the intranet home page.  You can also access the Manual outside the Trust using your Athens login.

Health information web links

September 28, 2011

A large number of useful health related web links are available via the Databases and the web link on our homepage.  As well as links to clinical databases there are also numerous links to other websites covering subjects such as health statistics, literature searching, critical appraisal, web evaluation, medical images, patient information, official publications and referencing tools.  To see the full extent of these resources, CLICK HERE

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