Find leaflet on key eresources available to you with also additional access during the pandemic.
Click on the category below to access resources available to BTUH Staff.
For other helpful resources such as current awareness websites, guidelines, Map of Medicine, Trip, The Cochrane Library, etc please click here.
Click here and select Search Engines & Gateways on helpful websites page to access clinical resources such Map of Medicine, Trip, etc.
BMJ Case Reports is an award winning journal that delivers a focused, peer-reviewed, valuable collection of cases in all disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. This is the largest single collection of case reports online with more than 11,000 articles from over 70 countries.
A dynamic and fully searchable healthcare resource designed to provide clinicians with fast, clinically-relevant answers from Elsevier’s enormous library of medical and surgical content including 600+ ejournals and 1000+ ebooks.
A large collection of ejournals are available to you on Clinical Key . Click here to access the list and click on URL next to the journal you are interested in to access the content.
All BTUH staff have access to HSJ when registering with a valid MSE email account.
HSJ is unique in covering all aspects of english healthcare.
HSJ local is an invaluable resource that allows you to keep up-to-date with your local NHS organisations, preparing you for any conversations that you may have.
You can access a user guide online to help you make the most of the service.
Be sure to download the HSJ App.registration form to set up current awareness service tailored to your professional interests. In order to access the KnowledgeShare system you need to log in using your OpenAthens ID. here. Alternatively, click here to access online. here to access online. Select Sign in via your institution - Enter - NHS in England - to log in with you NHS OpenAthens account.
RMMO provides evidence-based clinical skills and procedures related to essential aspects of a patient's care with a valid NHS OpenAthens password.
Clinical nurse experts from one of the UK’s leading centres of expertise have brought together all the latest clinical evidence nurses need to meet confidently the requirements of their demanding profession. The Manual includes over 350 evidence-based clinical procedures related to every aspect of care, from handwashing to cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
You can access it from The Hub while at work and after registration, you will be able to access this resource without the need to log in and install the You can still access this resource from outside the Trust from a PC with an Internet connection as long as you have a valid OpenAthens login. To access the full text, you will need to select Subscribers Log in here and then select Log in via OpenAthens. Enter your valid NHS Athens password.
Videos below only viewable using Chrome. A video is available on how to register.
You can still access this resource from outside the Trust from a PC with an Internet connection as long as you have a valid OpenAthens login. To access the full text, you will need to select Subscribers Log in here and then select Log in via OpenAthens. Enter your valid NHS Athens password.
Videos below only viewable using Chrome.
A video is available on how to register.TRIP A search engine aimed at health professionals looking for clinical research literature to support patient care is available to all of the NHS in England.
Note: You will require Unity Web Player installed on your device to be able to play this software.
Click here for more information on how to access Visible Body and install Unity Web Player on your PC.
Available to BTUH Junior Doctors. Request your Access Code from the Library.
OnExamination provides exam revision resources and self assessment modules to:
MRCP Part 1, MRCP Part 2, MRCGP, MRCS Part A Papers 1 & 2, FRCS General Surgery, FRCS Trauma and Orthopaedics, MRCPCH Foundation of Practice and Theory & Science of Practice (Formerly Part 1 A & B), MRCPCH Foundation of Practice (Formerly Part 1 A), MRCPCH Theory & Science of Practice (Formerly Part 1 B), MRCOG Part 1, MRCOG Part 2, DRCOG, FRCA Primary and MRCPCH Part 2.