Finding an NHS eJournal - updated interface

The interface for the NHS eJournal A-Z list has been updated. This is now reflected in our etutorial Finding an NHS eJournal.

Oxford Journals Error for NHS Titles

There is currently an error when accessing some of our Oxford journal titles…

When you have logged on and try to access one of our subscribed titles, you may see the “trolley” icon next to the article titles. This suggests that the article full-text is not available to you and you need to pay for it. However this is not true but is an error with the Oxford Journals platform. The publisher is aware of the problem and is trying to resolve it.

The Oxford titles that we subscribe to are as follows:

  • Annals of Oncology
  • Brain
  • British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA)
  • Clinical Infectious Diseases
  • European Heart Journal
  • European Heart Journal - cardiovascular imaging
  • European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery
  • Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
  • Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation

Please check the NHS A-Z journals list to check which titles you have access to.

Make sure you activate your account on ClinicalKey

If you are using Clinical Key then make sure that you activate your account so that you can make the most of the advanced features, including:

Activate your Account

When you log in to Clinical Key, if your account is NOT activated then you will see the “activate” in the top right-hand corner. Click this link and complete the short online form. Thereafter when you log in you will see your name in the top right-hand corner.

Screen-shot of the Activate link in Clinical Key

News and Research on Musculoskeletal Diseases

You can get the latest news and research from a selection of ejournals dealing with musculoskeletal diseases and conditions. Sign-up to receive updates in your inbox.

You’ll receive a selection of the latest headlines from:
  • Arthritis Research and Therapy
  • BMC Musculoskeletal Diseases
  • Arthritis and Rheumatism
  • Journal of Pain
  • Rheumatic Diseases Clinical of North America
  • Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology
  • Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism
  • Spine
The ejournals are available from various subscriptions, please check your Journals A-Z list to see whether you have full-text access to all these titles

Get the latest from our Oncology Journal Titles

You can get the latest news and research in oncology by signing up to our news email.

You’ll receive a selection of the latest headlines from:

  • Annals of Oncology
  • Cancer
  • Cancer Research
  • Clinical Cancer Research
  • Current Opinion in Oncology
  • Journal of Clinical Oncology
  • Cancer Research UK
Please check your Journals A-Z list  to see whether you have full-text access to all these titles

What did you think of our etutorials?

If you have tried any of our etutorials, then don’t forget to leave us some feedback. Please complete our feedback form so that we can assess how they are being received and what changes we need to consider.

New etutorial - learn how to find a Keele eJournal title

Try our new etutorial - Finding a Keele eJournal and learn how to find a journal title and how to access full-text articles.

ClinicalKey Content Update: March 20, 2017 - Chest Journal available with 12 month embargo

The Journal CHEST on CK Global
Please note that the journal CHEST® was added to CK Global on March 15, 2017. A 1-year embargo is in place for the CHEST journal, meaning that articles published within the past 12 months will be made available via abstract only on ClinicalKey.

CHEST; ISSN: 0012-3692; Package/Collection: Pulmonary Disease;

When viewing any CHEST article from the past 12 months, ClinicalKey users will see a message regarding the embargo of the full-text article. Articles published prior to that 12-month period will display as full text. Currently, full-text articles are available on ClinicalKey for CHEST issues dated January 2011 through December 2015.

Each month, as the new (most current) issue of abstracts is added, the 12-month-old issue of abstracts will be replaced with its corresponding issue of full-text articles.

Get the latest from our Anaesthesiology Journal Titles

Our Anaesthesiolgy latest research feed has been updated to include our most popular titles. You can get the latest news and research in anaesthesiology by signing up to our news email.

You’ll receive a selection of the latest headlines from:

  • Anasthesia
  • Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine
  • Anesthesia and Analgesia
  • Anesthesiology Clinics
  • British Journal of Anaesthesia
  • Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology

Full-text for these titles is available to staff at UHNM via Athens username. Other users will need to check y our Journals A-Z list .

ClinicalKey Content Updates: March 16, 2017

Journal Added – CK Global
European Journal of Trauma & Dissociation (2017 to present); ISSN: 2468-7499; Package/Collection: Psychiatry;

Books Added – CK Global

The Latest Midwifery News

You can get the latest news and research in Midwifery by signing up to our Midwifery News email.

You’ll receive a selection of the latest headlines from:
  • British Journal of Midwifery
  • BJOG
  • Midwifery
  • BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • NHS Choices Behind the Headlines (midwifery topics)

Full-text may not be available to all users – please check your Journals A-Z list .

New dates available for the training programme - April-June 2017

New dates are available for the Health Library training programme.

Health Library training courses are presented by qualified librarians, usually to small groups and offer you plenty of time for hands-on practice.

Our courses include opportunities to:

  • Get help finding the right information via the Internet
  • Learn how to conduct a literature search and use our databases to get information quickly
  • Find high-level good quality systematic reviews and evidence summaries using the Cochrane Library and similar resources
  • Start to develop your critical appraisal skills
  • Get to grips with Refworks

Book yourself on a session by getting in touch with our Training Team or book online.

Keep Up-to-Date with Medicine Updates

You can get the latest updates from 5 major medical journal titles directly in your inbox.
  • BMJ
  • The Lancet
  • JAMA
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • Medicine
All these titles are available in full-text to UHNM Athens users. Check our Journals A-Z list for the full-text links.

ClinicalKey Content Update: March 6, 2017 - Journal name change

Journal Name Change – CK Global

Please note that the journal Manual Therapy (1356-689X) has undergone a name change.
Effective with the first volume of 2017, the new name for this journal is Musculoskeletal Science and Practice. See details below.

Musculoskeletal Science and Practice; ISSN: 2468-7812; Package/Collection: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation;

Keep Up-to-Date with the latest Health News

If you want to keep up-to-date with the latest health headlines, then sign-up for Health News from the Health Library. You’ll get a daily email with all the latest headlines from:
  • BBC Health News
  • Guardian Health News
  • Guardian Healthcare Professionals Network
  • NHS Choices – behind the headlines
  • Announcements and Publications from the Department of Health

Evidently Cochrane – making Cochrane evidence accessible

Keep up-to-date with evidence released by the Cochrane Library by following the Evidently Cochrane blog.

Evidently Cochrane is a blog that aims to make Cochrane evidence more accessible and encourage discussion around it. The blogs are written by Cochrane staff as well as guest bloggers. Items are posted on a regular basis with themed issues and special events added throughout the year. You can select to view content based on a number of categories. You can sign-up to receive blog posts and digests via email in your inbox.

There are also 3 special categories:

  • Evidence for Everyday Allied Health
  • Evidence for Everyday Nursing
  • Evidence for Everyday Midwifery

So you can: keep up-to-date with the latest Cochrane Systematic reviews in your area, or keep abreast of the latest research, or use the evidence for CPD, discussions or revalidation reflection.

Here is a selection of recent topics covered: