By Nicola Bacon
In partnership with Health Education England, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has signed a three-year national license with ProQuest to provide a variety of core healthcare databases to both professionals and students. This will enable access to all NHS staff and eligible healthcare students across England to over 5,000 full-text scholarly and professional journals, videos and dissertations, for the next three years.
Researchers appreciate the comprehensive full-text coverage from thousands of credible scholarly journals, and they choose from hundreds of related disciplines, including medicine, nursing, allied health, psychology, healthcare administration, family management and other complementary areas of research.
In addition to the journals, over 32,000 full-text dissertations will assist health and social care professionals stay abreast of the latest trends and ideas published in their field.
As part of the agreement, the following ProQuest databases will be available: ProQuest Hospital Collection; MEDLINE; British Nursing Index; PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES. All of these databases will deliver valuable content to those training within and conducting research in the healthcare professions.
Within the ProQuest Hospital Collection, users will have access to ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source, ProQuest Health & Medical Complete, ProQuest Health Management, ProQuest Psychology Journals and ProQuest Family Health databases.
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