Evidence Toolkit

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HDAS Closure Notice

Healthcare Databases Advanced Search (HDAS) will close down on 31 March 2022. After that, you will still be able to access all the same medical databases, but via their provider interfaces.

See the below 'Databases' dropdown for information on databases and access.


OpenAthens

An OpenAthens (aka Athens) account is your key to accessing our vast number of resources, including ebooks, ejournals, databases and evidence tools such as BMJ Best Practice, ClinicalSkills.net. and many more.

The majority of our online evidence resources require an Athens logon so please register now.

Getting an account is easy, and you can self-register online here:  https://openathens.nice.org.uk.

If you've forgotten your Athens details, or are unsure if you have an account, contact library@srft.nhs.uk


Click on the links below to access databases. You may need your Athens login:

  • EBSCO Databases & NCA Discovery (Includes MEDLINE, CINAHL, Psychology & Behavioral  Sciences Collection)
  • OVID Databases (includes Embase, AMED, HMIC, MEDLINE, Social Policy and Practice)
  • ProQuest (includes PsycINFO, BNI, PsycArticles, Health Research Premium Collection)
  • HDAS (An interface bringing together BNI, MEDLINE, Embase, HMIC, PsycINFO, AMED, CINAHL, Emcare)
  • Specialist Nursing Collection: MAH Complete (over 31 titles in nursing, midwifery and allied health)

Need help searching databases? See our Evidence Searching Training Resources: Finding, Appraising & Citing Evidence

Need more help? Our expert searchers offer training sessions tailored to your needs. Book a session here.

  • Need help navigating any of our resources?
  • Would you like to book a session on effective database searching?

Complete our training request form and one of our expert searchers will be in touch!


Resource of the Month

Oxford Medicine Online

These highly-regarded titles include Oxford Handbooks; Oxford Nursing Handbooks; Oxford Specialist Handbooks, the 'Oxford Textbooks and Emergencies in' series, and the Oxford Textbook of Medicine which is updated online 4 times a year.

See our dedicated webpage or watch the video for more details ►

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