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Access to JAMA may be disrupted early hours of Friday morning

NHS Athens users please note that we have been informed that scheduled maintenance will be conducted by the providers of JAMA resources between the hours of 4-9am on Friday 25 January 2013.  As a result, this resource may not be available during this period. 

 

January 21, 2013 at 10:10 am Leave a comment

NHS can now access over 170 new health sciences electronic journals

Hospital and community staff now have trial access, until 31st March 2013 to 670 SAGE Journals, a collection of academic publications across a range of disciplines including over 170 Health Sciences titles.

What titles are included?

See http://online.sagepub.com for a full break- down of titles available by specialities including:

• Allied Health
• Cardiology
• Dentistry
• Emergency Medicine and Critical Care
• Endocrinology and Metabolismsage
• Geriatrics
• Neurology
• Nursing
• Nutrition
• Oncology
• Orthopaedics
• Otolaryngology
• Palliative Medicine
• Paediatrics
• Pharmacology and Toxicology
• Public Health
• Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine
• Research Methods and Evaluation
• Surgery

How to do I access the collection?

Sign-in at http://online.sagepub.com via (Open) Athens. If you need an Athens password contact the library or visit http://www.athens.nhs.uk to self-register for one.
Access is also available via the My Journals A-Z list of NHS journals service and outward bound links from the NHS database search results.

A few taster titles at a glance

British Journal of Pain
Clinical Rehabilitation
Dementia
Diabetes and Vascular Disease
Journal of Hand Surgery (European volume)
Journal of Health Management
Journal of Infection Prevention
Journal of Intensive Care Medicine
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair
Palliative Medicine
Trauma
Western Journal of Nursing Research

Can I access these titles via my mobile?

SAGE’s entire collection of online journal sites is now available in a mobile-optimized format designed for iPhone, Android or other smartphone. Login with your Athens password to gain access on your device.

What happens after the trial ends?

This is an NHS London-wide trial. Depending on the level of demand and usage across London, funds may be sort to maintain access.

How can I give feedback?

Your feedback on this content is valued in order for us to gauge the impact of these titles. Please send your comments to kjohn@sgul.ac.uk

For further details contact
Karen John-Pierre x 5433
kjohn@sgul.ac.uk

January 9, 2013 at 11:29 am Leave a comment

NHS Athens redesign

This week some developments have happened to the  NHS Athens system. Below is a list of the most significant changes

  • There is now an additional login to Athens option on the top-right hand corner of the National Library for Health (NLH) at http://www.library.nhs.uk
  • Once logged in, an NHS Athens users can now find information about their account and change their registered organisation, email address and password by clicking My Account.
  • NHS staff can now automatically self-register for an Athens password on the NLH site from any computer, as long as they sign-up with an NHS email address. Self-registration from a non-NHS pc with a non- NHS email address will take up-to 15 working days.  Please note that the Library will still continue  with it’s current policy of registering NHS staff for Athens on their behalf when they join the library.
  • When NHS staff  self-register for an Athens password or request an email address or organisation change, they will be sent an activation link via email to complete the process.  They have 2 days to respond to an email address activation request and 60 days to respond to other request.
  • Users can now login to My Athens ( http://www.athens.nhs.uk) with their registered email address instead of a username, as long as no other Athens account uses the same NHS email address
  • NHS Athens users will now be automatically emailed 28 days before their Athens account is about to expire and be given a link to a web page where they can renew their account

For more information about these changes contact our NHS Athens adminstrator, Claire Carter on ccarter@sgul.ac.uk.

December 18, 2008 at 12:40 pm Leave a comment

Are you Athens authenticated?

Are you Athens authenticated?   If not you may be missing out… Athens passwords unlock the door to a huge number of NHS electronic resources that can help you in your work, studies or research.  The National Library for Health  offers access to over 1000 e-journals, e-books and 7 key databases. In addition London Health Libraries and St. George’s Library have “topped up” the  national resources to bring you even more resources. To use them you’ll need an NHS Athens Password to login from any computer with an internet connection. (more…)

May 24, 2008 at 5:15 pm 1 comment


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