Do you want a list of recent articles on a clinical subject? Register for an NHS OpenAthens account, and search the NHS Knowledge and Library hub, including e-journals and databases such as Medline, PsycInfo and PubMed. Or tell us about the topic you are interested in and we will email you a list of articles. From the hub you can also access point of care tools BMJ Best Practice and UpToDate, Maudsley Prescribing guidelines and BNF.
Setting up your OpenAthens Account
Register for an NHS OpenAthens account to enable access to all electronic resources (select organisation: Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust).
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.
To learn more about how to find articles and information, check out these videos and online tutorials
To borrow books, register with the library by completing the form here.
You can search the catalogue for books you are interested in. Contact us and we will post any books you request to your workplace.
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Health and Well-being
Self-help, literature, exercise and craft books to help you remain positive.
A good book can give a real boost to the way you feel. Borrow a title from the Mood Boosting collection and see how your mood improves when you read it.
Read a copy of our popular book club titles or how about setting up your own local reading group and we will send you multiple copies from our collection.
Who’s who in General Practice? Research can help practices introduce new roles. This NIHR Evidence Collection brings together research for general practices and Primary Care Networks to help them maximise benefit from new roles and the growing diversity in their staff, and could be used by practices to help patients and the public understand the changes they are experiencing in primary care.
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