Remember to sign-in with your NHS Open Athens account to get quick access to full text. Click the yellow banner at the top of the page once you have done your search.
The NHS Knowledge and Library Hub connects NHS staff and learners seamlessly to a range of high quality knowledge and evidence resources all in one place.
The Hub offers an intuitive search experience for quick searches and options for in-depth searches.
On it you can find:
Find out more in our NHS001 Rapid access to evidence-based resources workshop.
Full access to the Hub is free to all NHS staff and learners through their NHS OpenAthens account.
If you haven’t already register for NHS OpenAthens
Remember to log in using your NHS OpenAthens details to access the full text of journals and books.
Some staff and learners need to carry out complex, robust and reproduceable searches including for systematic review and informing research. These advanced searches should be conducted directly in bibliographic databases such as Medline, Embase and CINAHL (rather than simply using the Hub main search).
Databases are collections of resources such as journal articles and conference papers, and also sometimes book chapters and reports.
Access the AMED, BNI, CINAHL, Embase, Emcare, HMIC, Medline and Social Policy and Practice databases via the links on the Hub.
Find out more at our NHS002: Healthcare databases for Advanced Searchers workshop
When searching using the databases the NHS provides access to you will find links to the full text of articles when you look at your search results. If there is no link then you should see if it is available via the NHS Knowledge and Library Hub.
Some full text databases available to NHS staff (Proquest and Ebsco) will not work when logged in to King's College London computers due to authentication issues.