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Searching: Journals

Detailed guide to searching tips and tricks

Journals intro

The best way to find relevant journal literature is to conduct a literature search of relevant databases.
For more information see the Databases <<insert URL to Databases tab>>  and Literature Searching tabs <<insert URL to Literature Searching tab>>.

You can search/browse all journals available to you via national, regional and local subscriptions via our Journals A-Z list.

See below for direct links to specialist <<insert specialty/topic>> journals.

You may require an NHS OpenAthens login to access the full-text.

If you can't access what you need, please Request a journal article via our online form, or e-mail us: rde-tr.library@nhs.net and we'll do our best to track it down for you.

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Finding journals

Click on the Full Text Finder logo below to search for
print or online journals which are available to you:

(NHS OpenAthens login may be required to access full-text)

Click here to search for full-text journals

Critical appraisal tools

Do you want to learn how to read, evaluate and critically appraise journal articles?

Here are some useful websites and tools:

Please contact the Library Information Skills trainer if you would like some training on critical appraisal skills:David Newman, Tel: 01392 406727 E-mail: david.newman4@nhs.net.

Request an article

Can't access the article you're looking for?
 

You can request it for free (if it's for Trust/clinical work) by filling in our online article request form

Critical appraisal books