Welcome to the Libraries & Collections support pages for NHS staff.
Libraries & Collections can help you with:
If you need any help, feel free to contact us.
Changes to your library services
We are currently working to adjust the services we can offer in the light of the public health situation. Please bear with us as we do this. We will regularly update on our position due to Corona virus. This will include details of space closures and how to contact us.
We have extensive online provision and will be working to build on ou existing online channels to support you. You can continue to register for OpenAthens to access our resources but we are currently having to pause registration for access to our spaces.
Access to Dynamed ends 31 Jan 2020
Following the HEE purchase of BMJ Best Practice we will no longer be providing access to Dynamed Plus from the end of January 2020. Please login to download any CPD points before then. App access is likely to continue to work for up to 6 months after the end of the subscription.
All staff are encourage to move to BMJ Best Practice - a point of care knowledge tool with step by step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. It is updated daily using robust evidence based methodology and expert opinion. An App version is available - you need to create an account on the site to gain access to the App.
ebook options expand
After our new collection of books on health and wellbeing topics we are happy to make available a much wider range of ebooks through the same platform. The collection of over 150,000 titles ranges across a huge range of topics and offer something for all staff. An OpenAthens login is required for ebook access.
Finding Evidence elearning at your convenience
Are you trying to develop a search strategy? Struggling to access the full text of a journal article? Looking for reviews, guidelines or summaries of evidence? Searching for information but getting lots of irrelevant results or nothing at all?
This course will help you find the evidence you need to support your work, education and/or research. It will assist in carrying out a literature search to inform patient care or service development, update guidelines or policies, support assignments or professional development and inform research.
This course is available via the King's Health Partners Learning Hub (now freely accessible using your Trust or King's login). It includes the modules from the NHS e-LfH Literature Searching Programme.
The Learning Hub also hosts a growing collection of other resources from online modules to podcasts.
Wifi from The Cloud
King's College London offers a free guest wifi service provided by The Cloud. You will be prompted to register when you try and connect. More details on the IT wifi page. The AccessKings wifi service has been withdrawn. Affiliates are able to log on to http://www.kcl.ac.uk/it/support/wireless/index.aspx Eduroam
You can access the full collection of Oxford University Press ebooks in health via Oxford Medicine Online. So every Oxford Handbook, Oxford Textbook, Emergencies in, Oxford Desk References whenever you need it. And online offers additional possibilities so the Oxford Textbook of Medicine was updated in February and includes extra chapters, videos and so on. You can download high quality images for your power point slides. Login free access is available via IP on GSTT and King's College London Library PCs, via the Kwiki ebooks page at KCH or via OpenAthens from anywhere.
To login via OpenAthens - go to OxfordMedicine.com select "Sign in" and then "Login with Athens/Access Management Federation". At this point you need to identify yourself as being part of "NHS England" by either typing into the list or selecting the option when offered if you have accessed the site before. You will then be prompted for your OpenAthens login.
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