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Free online training from EBSCO

EBSCO is offering some free online training sessions on CINAHL and Health Business Elite for all NHS customers. Host: Richard Crookes, EBSCO Senior Training Manager. Finding the Evidence in CINAHL with Full Text Wednesday, 27 September 2017 Time: 12:00. Register at https://ebsco-nhsengland.webex.com/ebsco-nhsengland/k2/j.php?MTID=t9adab449bc68c884de7abdf0e6c3bc08 Tuesday, 24 October 2017 Time: 10:00. Register at https://ebsco-nhsengland.webex.com/ebsco-nhsengland/k2/j.php?MTID=t10326ad2122505bb6e0f9810307bfe7d   Finding the Evidence in […]

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Free Trials for nurses

Here’s something for the large number of nurses who use our services. We have free trials of EBSCO CINAHL Complete and Nursing eBook Collection running until September 30th and a free trial of Elsevier ClinicalKey Nursing running until December 31st. You will need your UHCW Athens login to access them. Please try them and let […]

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Important changes to MEDLINE and PSYCINFO

In April the National Core Content is changing its supplier of the MEDLINE and PSYCINFO databases from Ovid to ProQuest. The good news is that MEDLINE, PSYCINFO and a new collection of full text “PsycArticles” have already been added to ProQuest for us, and you don’t have to have any special searching skills to use them because ProQuest […]

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Finding databases just got easier

As part of the construction work on our new website, we’ve started a drop-down menu under Search Databases, containing quick links to the online databases we provide. We hope this will make it easier to find the resources you need for doing literature searches. Take a look at the links available so far and have […]

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