You can search by title for e-journals available to you via the library catalogue.
You can search by title, subject or ISSN for a comprehensive range of e-journals available to you via Browzine.
Knowledge and Library Hub
You can search for both e-journal titles and specific article titles (entered within double quotes) via the Knowledge and Library Hub.
DOI or PMID
You can search by DOI or PMID for articles available to you as well as open access articles via LibKey.io
See full-text article links wherever you search
Installing an extension to your browser (e.g. Chrome, Edge, Firefox) will place a LibKey button on websites such as PubMed, Wikipedia and academic and publishers’ pages providing you with instant one-click access to the full-text of all content available to you.
Install in seconds via the Thirdiron website, selecting Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust as your organisation when prompted.
Google Scholar full-text links
You can set up Google Scholar to provide links to the full-text available to you. Just follow these instructions and search for and select both Health Education England and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
You can search the content of articles across multiple journals by carrying out a search on a healthcare database. You can also search the full-text of articles across multiples journals via the following platforms:
BMJ Case Reports
The library’s subscription to BMJ Case Reports allows MFT staff and students to submit their own case reports for publication, free of charge. To request the fellowship code required, please contact us.
You can search for and access e-books available to you via the library catalogue.
Knowledge and Library Hub
You can search for e-book titles and chapters within e-books via the Knowledge and Library Hub.
You can access the full-text of e-books and for some collections, search within the full-text across multiple titles via the following platforms:
Oxford Academic Books Platform
Oxford Medical Handbooks
Oxford Medical Textbooks
ProQuest Ebook Central
Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Procedures
For more information about the many benefits of having an OpenAthens account, click here.
Consists of 7 short modules designed to help you build confidence to search published literature for articles and evidence relevant to your work, study and research. This is a free course provided by NHS England and can be found on the eLearning for healthcare hub.
The critical appraisal programme has been designed to help you to build confidence in the critical appraisal process when applying and evaluating research. This is a free course provided by NHS England and can be found on the eLearning for healthcare hub.