Influenza is a viral infection prevalent in the Winter months, and outbreaks in hospitals and local communities can be deadly if vulnerable people are not vaccinated. BMJ Best Practice has a lot of information on influenza infection, diagnosis and prevention. Read more here
Full text access to the British Journal of Surgery via Athens is being affected by technical problems. This means that full text articles from the most recent issues is currently unavailable. If recent articles are required, please contact the Staff Library Service by email at
email@example.com to request Inter Library Loans.
Here is the table of contents for the BMJ (27 May). Use the links to access the articles and have your Athens account details to hand to read the full-text.
Mark D Huffman
James Raftery and Christopher Newdick
Ruth Cairns, Matthew Hotopf, and Gareth S Owen
Mark Porter and David Richmond
As from 31 May access to the Journal of Health Visiting will be via this link: http://www.magonlinelibrary.com/
* If accessing via Athens/Shibboleth, click sign in (top right hand corner)
* Pick Healthcare/Education as relevant to your subscription entitlement and select Journal of Health Visiting.
Wiley-Blackwell are offering a free 30 day trial to the Health Information and Libraries Journal.
To access please follow the instructions below.
1. Log into Wiley Online Library If you have not registered, please do so
2. Once logged in, go to the trial access page within your profile (in the left-hand menu bar)
3. Now enter the access code HILJTRIAL30 and click ‘Submit code’
4.When you have successfully submitted the code, you should see a confirmation message on-screen
The Staff Library is currently engaged in ordering Paediatrics and Child Health which should be on our virtual shelves in a few weeks time. It is the continuously updated review of paediatrics and child health (formerly Current Paediatrics). Look out for future announcements when it becomes available online.
“Paediatrics and Child Health is an authoritative and comprehensive resource that provides all paediatricians and child health care specialists with up-to-date reviews on all aspects of hospital/community paediatrics and neonatology, including investigations and technical procedures in a 4-year cycle of 48 issues. The emphasis of the journal is on the clear, concise presentation of information of direct clinical relevance to both hospital and community-based paediatricians. Contributors are chosen for their recognized knowledge of the subject. “
PJ Online content is produced by PJ Publications, part of Pharmaceutical Press, the publishing division of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. All PJ publications are editorially independent of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Among other matter, PJ Online includes content published since January 2005 in
- The Pharmaceutical Journal
- Prescribing & Medicines Management
- Hospital Pharmacist
- Clinical Pharmacist
- Retail Round-up
- PJ Business Insight
- Tomorrow’s Pharmacist
Articles published between August 1999 and January 2005 are available on PJ Online’s legacy website. Details of any articles published before August 1999 are available from the information centre of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Contact the Staff Library for a username and password.
One of the world’s largest funders of science is to throw its weight behind a growing campaign to break the stranglehold of academic journals and allow all research papers to be shared online.
Nearly 9,000 researchers have already signed up to a boycott of journals that restrict free sharing as part of a campaign dubbed the “academic spring” by supporters due to its potential for revolutionising the spread of knowledge. But the intervention of the Wellcome Trust, the largest non-governmental funder of medical research after the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is likely to galvanise the movement by forcing academics it funds to publish in open online journals.
In addition, a free print copy of the Lancet will be sent to your NHS library every month for the next three years, starting with the first issue in January 2012.
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We are pleased to announce that BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care is currently free of charge (via NHS Athens). It isn’t yet known how long this offer will last, so take advantage of it while you can!
BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care was launched in April and is highly relevant to clinicians, researchers and other healthcare workers in all clinical services where supportive and palliative care is practiced.