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ClinicalKey – supporting clinical decisions

ClinicalKey is a clinical search engine that supports clinical decisions by making it easier to find relevant information.  Here are some of the new Clinical Overview topics that have been recently added.

New Clinical Overviews topics
Autoimmune hemolytic anemia
Exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
HIV and hepatitis B coinfection
Membranoproliferative glomerulonephr
Opioid withdrawal
Stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Stable ischemic heart disease
Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis

Add comment January 22nd, 2018

Need to find images for your presentation?

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Finding the right images for your presentation, as part of a teaching role or to share the latest evidence on a clinical topic, can be time consuming. Using ClinicalKey you have access to millions of images and can be sure to quickly find what you need.  Images can be filtered, saved and exported to PowerPoint or Keynote – with image reference and description included automatically.    It just takes a few easy steps.  

Watch this short video demonstrating Presentation Maker HERE.   Remember HSC Library members need to log in to Clinicalkey via honni and register for an account.

If you need any further advice please don’t hesitate to contact your subject librarian who will be happy to help.


Add comment October 11th, 2017

speechBITE now in our Databases A-Z

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We’ve added a link to speechBITE, a useful speech pathology resource, to our Databases A-Z.

You can access our Databases A-Z by going to: http://libguides.qub.ac.uk/honni/databases

If you have any questions about using speechBITE, please contact Mary Maguire, Specialist Librarian for Allied Health.

Add comment July 26th, 2017

ClinicalKey App

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ClinicalKey is now available as an app enabling you to have quick access to evidence-based, peer reviewed clinical information on the go.  This is freely available to all HSC staff who are members of the Library.

  • First ensure you have an account on the ClinicalKey website before downloading the app – http://go.qub.ac.uk/ClinicalKeyHSCNI
  • Search on the App Store on your mobile device for ClinicalKey and install it
  • Select Institutional Log in and search for DoH: honni-HSC
  • You will then be prompted to log in with your Medical & HSC Library (or honni) log in

If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact your subject librarian.

To help with any queries you might have, we have created a short video on installing the ClinicalKey app.

ClinicalKey App

Add comment March 15th, 2017

JAMA e-journals now available

The Library is delighted to announce that the JAMA collection of journals is now accessible electronically on HONNI to the current issue.  The journals included are:-

  • JAMA – Journal of the American Medical Association
  • JAMA Dermatology
  • JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery
  • JAMA Psychiatry
  • JAMA Internal Medicine
  • JAMA Neurology
  • JAMA Oncology
  • JAMA Ophthalmology
  • JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery
  • JAMA Pediatrics
  • JAMA Surgery

To access any of the above titles simply type the title into the search box on the HONNI homepage and enter your HONNI log in details.

HONNI search box

Add comment June 8th, 2016

Improved electronic document delivery from the British Library: DRM Lite

From 27th January 2016, a new British Library delivery service called DRM Lite will be introduced making it easier to download and view the articles sent to you electronically from the British Library as part of the Inter-Library Loan Service. DRM Lite is an electronic delivery method that allows the British Library to supply secure encrypted documents directly to your desktop. The document is locked to a user rather than a machine so it can be viewed on a variety of desktop and mobile devices. Benefits of DRM Lite:

  • No need to install plugins or special software,
  • Access documents on any device with Adobe Reader X or above
  • Use different devices to access your documents; you are not restricted to using a PC
  • Once downloaded, you can save the document. This gives you access for a further 3 years.

How do I get articles via DRM Lite?

  • The process of requesting an inter-library loan is exactly the same as before. Requests should be made via the library’s online requesting form.
  • Before you can view your article you will need to have registered for On Demand with The British Library. Registering is free, just takes a few minutes and will only need to be done the first time. Once you have registered, you can use your username and password to access articles that have been supplied to you
  • If you are likely to be making use of our Document Supply service in the coming months why not register now so that you are all set up ready to start receiving documents? Click here to register now

For further information, contact your local HSC Library or see further blog posts.

Add comment January 19th, 2016

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