Database trial: UpToDate

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A trial has been set up for the decision-making tool UpToDate.

UpToDate is an evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support resource which clinicians can use to make point-of-care decisions. Recent medical information is used to author trusted, evidence-based recommendations proven to improve patient care & quality.

The trial runs until 30th June 2017 and can be accessed via the A-Z Databases list on the Library & ICT tab. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Please note that access to UpToDate during the trial period is limited to on-campus only.

For help with any of the Library’s resources, contact your Subject Librarian.

Th Library Subject Team

Trial access to Henry Stewart Talks: Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection

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The Library has set up trial access to Henry Stewart Talks: Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection.

ABOUT THE COLLECTION

The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection contains over 2,000 specially prepared, animated, seminar-style, online lectures by world leading authorities for universities, research centres, medical schools and pharmaceutical/biotech companies.

Included:

  • Course modules
  • Supporting material: suggestions for projects, workshops and tutorials
  • Recommended reading: research papers, review articles and book chapters
  • MCQs and suggested exam questions
  • Accredited tests: US Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and UK Continuing Professional Development (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom)
  • 90,000+ slides

All of these are compatible with BlackBoard.

Access to the collection is limited to on-campus users. The trial runs until 28th February 2017.

For help and support with any of the Library’s resources, contact your librarian.

The Library Subject Team.

Library trials: Acland’s Video Atlas and Amirsys Imaging Reference Center

The Library is pleased to announce trial access to two databases:

Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy – contains over 300 narrated videos of real cadaver specimens.

Amirsys Imaging Reference Center – available on the OVID platform, contains 72,000 x-ray, CT, MR, and ultrasound illustrations and images, plus expert, evidence-based content.

Both trials can be accessed from the A-Z listing of databases on the Library & ICT tab on the Portal.

Access to Acland’s during the trial is limited to on-campus users.

The trials run until 19th November 2016. Please contact your Librarian if you would like to comment on these databases or any aspect of Library resources.

The Library Subject Team

 

 

 

Trial access to PsycBOOKS

Ulster Library has arranged a free trial to PsycBOOKS for one month.

“PsycBOOKS contains full text (PDF) of scholarly book titles published by the American Psychological Association (APA). The service offers over 900 titles, including 100 out-of-print books from 1950-2002, approximately 300 archival resources in psychology, and the exclusive electronic release of the APA/Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Psychology with over 1,500 authored entries. PsycBOOKS is updated with new releases of APA books and books originally produced by other publishers on a monthly basis”.

You can access the PsycBooks from the A-Z Databases listing on the Library & ICT tab on the Portal and off-campus access is available.  The database is hosted by OVID and so is on the same platform as PsycInfo and Medline.

We would be very keen to gather your feedback on this resource and so have made a feedback form available at http://library.ulster.ac.uk/electronic/trialfeedbk.php?eisno=771

The trial ends on 10/11/16.

If you have any queries please contact your campus Life and Health Sciences librarian on science@library.ulster.ac.uk

The Library Subject Team

 

Academic Video Online Premium

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Alexander Street Press has offered the Library an extended trial to Academic Video Online Premium, a multi-disciplinary collection of videos. For the Arts, subject areas include news and current events, documentary, history, music, dance, drama & theatre.

Trial ends 30th April 2016. Please forward feedback to myself or any member of the Arts subject team.

As with all trials, access is on-campus only.

Library database trial: AMA Manual of Style

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The Library has arranged a trial to AMA Manual of Style (10th edition), which will run until 7th June.

The trial allows on-campus users access via the AMA website at http://www.amamanualofstyle.com/

Please do get in touch if you have any comments or queries regarding this or any other resources available from the Library.

 The Library Subject Team

 

Martindale – The Complete Drug Reference – trial access

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Trial access to Martindale – The Complete Drug Reference is available both on and off-campus until 11th July 2014.

Considered a comprehensive and reliable reference resource on drugs and medicines used throughout the world, Martindale includes information on:

  • Drug monographs
  • Preparation, uses, administration and interactions
  • Chemical, brand and ‘street’ names
  • Molecular structures and formulae
  • CAS Registry Numbers, ATC Codes and UNII Codes
  • Manufacturers’ specifications

To access Martindale from the Library & ICT tab on the Portal, click on Stockley’s Drug Interactions on the A-Z listing of databases.  At the next screen click on the downward pointing arrow (next to Stockley’s Drug Interactions in the top left of the screen) 

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and select Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference:

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Once selected, you can start searching.

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore this resource. We are very interested to hear your opinions and experiences, so please pass on your feedback.

Help using the database is available from the Life & Health Sciences Subject Team.

Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database – trial access

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Trial access to the renowned Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database is available through the Library’s holdings until 28th May 2014.

Features include: 

Evidence Summaries — Literature reviews that summarize existing international literature on common healthcare interventions and activities

Evidence-Based Recommended Practices — Database of procedures that describe and/or recommend practice on various clinical topics

Best Practice Information Sheets — Series of information guideline sheets produced specifically for practising health professionals

Systematic Reviews — Comprehensive systematic reviews of international research literature completed by trained JBI reviewers

Consumer Information Sheets — Standardized summaries designed just for consumers of healthcare (patients, clients, and care providers)

Systematic Review Protocols — Developed by the Collaborating Centers of JBI, which are made up of international experts from over 40 countries from a range of health disciplines

Technical Reports — Documentation of all aspects of the development of Best Practice Information Sheets

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore this resource. We are very interested to hear your opinions and experiences, so please pass on your feedback.

Help using the database is available from the Life & Health Sciences Subject Team.

Oxford Scholarship Online

We have access (by University of Ulster IP address)  to this database for a trial period.  You can use site at http://www.oxfordscholarship.com/ until 10 May, 2011.

Oxford Scholarship Online is a vast and rapidly expanding cross-searchable library which now offers quick and easy access to the full text of over 4,000 of the very best scholarly Oxford books in Biology, Business and Management, Classical Studies, Economics and Finance, History, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Mathematics, Music, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health and Epidemiology, Religion and Social Work.Oxford Scholarship Online