New journals for NHS staff – MAHcomplete

After purchasing over 800 new journals through Wiley at the start of the summer, we have extended our journal access for NHS staff even further. We’ve added over 30 titles on topics such as Midwifery, Nursing, Paramedic Practice and Healthcare Management through the Mark Allen Healthcare Complete collection. Some of the key titles include:

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  • British Journal of Hospital Medicine
  • British Journal of Midwifery
  • British Journal of Nursing
  • International Journal of Palliative Nursing
  • International Paramedic Practice
  • Journal of Wound Care
  • Nurse Prescribing

You can search for journal titles using the NHS A-Z Journals List. Make sure you sign in with your OpenAthens login at the top right hand corner of the page. This will ensure that you see our full subscription access.

If you need support with your OpenAthens account then contact Cathryn Peppard on cpeppard@sgul.ac.uk

For training or if you have any questions about access to e-journals please contact Karen John-Pierre on kjohn@sgul.ac.uk

For more information on resources available to NHS staff, please see our dedicated library page – http://library.sgul.ac.uk/nhs-staff

*Resolved* Issues with offsite access to Sage journals

This issue has now been resolved.

We are currently experiencing problems with offsite (Shibboleth) access to Sage journals. Sage are working on resolving the issues as soon as possible; apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Access to Sage journals onsite is working as normal.

If you do have any problems or questions, please email:  journals@sgul.ac.uk

Access to Science Translational Medicine is now available through the Library

 

ScienceTranslationalMedicine_Poster-page-0Science Translational Medicine focuses on bringing the latest scientific advances from the bench to the bedside. Despite a growing understanding of human biology, utilizing these discoveries to close gaps in medical knowledge has progressed slowly. Science Translational Medicine aims to publish discoveries capable of generating innovative ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease.

To  browse our list of journal subscriptions see our Journals A-Z  list.

Cambridge University Press Journals Digital Archive – now available


We now have access to the Cambridge University Press journals digital archive.
Coverage starts from 1827 to 1997 and includes 93 titles within science, technology and medicine. Some of our popular Cambridge titles include:

  •  Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy – now available from 1975
  •  British Journal of Nutrition – now available from 1947
  •  Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics – now available from 1992
  •  Development and Psychopathology – now available from 1989
  •  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine – now available from 1985
  •  Proceedings of the Nutrition Society – now available from 1944
  •  Psychological Medicine – now available from 1970
  •  Public Health Nutrition – now available from 1998                        

All of the above content is now available via our e-journals A-Z list and Hunter

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For further help with journals please email: journals@sgul.ac.uk

Problems with offsite access to Nature e-journals via Firefox

Nature are currently experiencing some technical problems with the Institutional login option via Firefox.
They are aware of the problem and hope to get a fix soon.

In the meantime, if you are having trouble logging in to Nature journals – please try via Internet Explorer instead.

For further help please email:  Journals@sgul.ac.uk

E-journal/ SFX maintenance on Sunday 10 Nov 9-10am

SFX will be carrying out important maintenance on

Sunday 10 November from 9am to 10am.

During this period access to SGUL e-journals via SFX will be limited.
The E-journals A-Z list and SFX linking to e-journal articles via Hunter, OvidSP, EBSCOhost, Web of Science, PubMed etc.may be unavailable during this time.

Full E-journal access should resume after 10am.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.