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IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE :
Full Text Finder
The new AtoZ journals interface is now here!
Will be easier to identify immediate access to full text articles and when to ask for an interlibrary loan.
EHL journals A-Z_helpsheet.pdf
Just started a mentorship course? Click here for a starting point bibliography.
Mentoring books available from Exeter Health Library - mentoring books
We now have a full subscription for the next year to this point-of-care tool which complements the popular UptoDate resource.
Please click on this link to access using your NHS OpenAthens login.
To download the mobile app (iOS and Android) see -
DynaMed Plus Mobile App Flyer.pdf
Helpful guides -
DynaMed Plus Take Away Guide.pdf
or you can use the link on IaN under Key Shortcuts - Exeter Health Library - Library Favourites - Dynamed Plus.
We have successfully negotiated a regional consortium subscription for 2016/17 and would like to encourage everyone to make full use of this valuable resource.
Journal subscriptions-2016: Unfortunately once again we have cancelled more journal subscriptions due to cost cutting so if you can't access a title please let us know. You will be able to have an interlibrary loan with a fast turnaround time.
Do you use the library?
We continue to strive to deliver an excellent service to those we reach. However there are many of our colleagues who are still not using us or finding us.
Remember we are happy to come to your department/s and have an informal discussion about how we can help your team/s access the right information in the way that best suits your needs.
Do contact us for further information.
Please help us to help you so we can improve our services - fill in our short feedback survey - ô
For all journals (available via the NHS OpenAthens route) - you will need to login via NHS Open Athens FIRST and then you can find the journal title by using the Publications Finder (previous A-Z list).
Don't forget you have electronic access to a wide variety of journals - search for your title or keywords using the new Publications Finder - A-Z journals. You will need an NHS OpenAthens login, although some journals are free.
Try our new online form for a speedier response for those articles you need us to obtain for you!
We ask you to let us know when you are experiencing problems - please click here to email Pam.
If you have difficulty accessing articles, please let us know so we can assist you with an interlibrary loan. Click here to email us.
Click on the logo for Exeter Health Library's catalogue (hosted by Exeter University) to find our books or to view your library record.
Renewing your books online
remember to check the catalogue for more titles.
Resources for Courses, Practice and Research: Have we got what you want?
We asked people whether their department would like to discuss library services and resources, and thirteen indicated they would. These meetings also enable us to understand colleagues’ information needs so if your team would like us to visit please contact us on x6729 or click here to send us an email request.
Thank you for your time.
Exeter Health Library staff
remember we have lots of books
for you to borrow - these have been bought specially for ALL nurses - Click here to see recent nursing books available from Exeter Health Library
WHO WE ARE & WHERE WE ARE:
We're an NHS library at the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
Find us on the 1st floor of the Medical School which is linked to the adjoining RILD Building. It's at the back of the hospital (opposite Exeter School on Barrack Road). Access is now 24/7.
Our address is - Exeter Health Library, Medical School Building, RILD South, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (Wonford), Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW. How to find us.
Telephone: 01392 406800
Can't find what you're looking for? Try the A to Z of the library first.
From the list below, click on the best category for you to see how the library can help you.