“Requesting a journal article, the service provided by the library at Wansbeck is better than I used to receive from the library at a central London teaching hospital.”
“I have gained a vast amount of knowledge from the papers, articles and books that have been useful in applied research, as well as teaching/disseminating information to others within the Trust.”
Find articles by searching the NHS Knowledge and Library Hub.
Login with your NHS Athens account to find all content purchased by Northumbria Trust. If full-text is not available select Request this item button to email us and we can source the article from Inter-library loans. You can also access healthcare databases from the Hub.
BrowZine lets you browse and read e-journals on your desktop or mobile device.
Find articles by DOI or PMID: https://libkey.io/
To download the free app, search for ‘BrowZine’ in the app store on your device and then select ‘Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’.
BMJ Best Practice
The latest evidence-based information, whenever and wherever you need it. It is a clinical decision support tool, structured around the patient consultation, with advice on symptom evaluation, tests to order and treatment approach.
#Once logged in you can register for a free personal account. With a personal account you can download the BMJ Best Practice app, track your CME/CPD activity and download certificates
With BrowZine, we can also give you access to LibKey Nomad, a Google Chrome browser extension that will give you single click access to Trust full-text articles from subscription publisher websites, Google searches, PubMed and more. You can download LibKey Nomad from the Chrome Web Store. Just select ‘Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’ from the drop-down menu.
Use this link to PubMed to link out directly to all Trust full-text articles .
The Internurse collection of Journals from Mark Allen Publishing is a great place to find articles relevant to nursing practice
Health Service Journal
The weekly magazine for healthcare leaders. Contact us to ask about access
Sign up for alerts from your favourite journals using this platform to personalise your evidence alerts.
Grey literature collection
Grey Literature is any publication created outside recognised academic or commercial outlets and difficult to classify (e.g. policy documents and organisational reports)