Library Resources

Please see below a list of resources available at our library. Please contact us if you require any more information.

Library Search Discovery tool

Find journal articles, e-books and clinical information on the NHS Knowledge and Library Hub.

Search and Discover here: NHS Knowledge and Library Hub

Use your NHS OpenAthens account to access more subscribed resources. Click on the yellow ‘Sign in’ line at the top of the page and enter your OpenAthens username and password (if you don’t have an account register at https://openathens.nice.org.uk/ or contact the library service for help).

The website is https://library.nhs.uk/eastsussex (simply click ‘Start your search’).

Training

If you need help with training or literature searches please contact the library.

Training sessions can be either face-to-face or via Microsoft Teams.

Did you know? You can access the following e-learning modules on E-learning for Healthcare?

Critical appraisal – the module will help you build confidence and gain skills in critical appraisal

Literature searching – a range of literature searching modules can be viewed to help you build foundations, develop skills and apply these skills when searching for literature.

Sign in to E-learning for Healthcare with your OpenAthens username and password.

Books and journals

Library books and journals are available at:

Contact either library for more information about services and resources.

Library resources and e-resources

Library members have access to a range of resources:

To access these resources either log in using your OpenAthens username and password or contact the library for details.

Clinical decision support tools

These online clinical decision support tools give healthcare professionals fast and easy access to the latest evidence-based information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions:

All clinical decision support tools can be downloaded as mobile apps on your mobile device.

Current awareness services

The library can regularly send you information to keep you up-to-date. News, events, research and best practice in your subject – journal contents pages, bloggs and RSS feeds. Contact library staff for more information.