The NHS purchases access to over 600 full text journals; subscribes to various databases such as CINAHL, MEDLINE and EMBASE; plus has an extensive online ebook collection for you to use.
RefWorks for Searchers and Researchers
Ordering your journal article
The main purpose of a database is to find references to the good quality research evidence.
Usually you will be able to access the article straight away; however sometimes you will need to order the article through our Inter Library Loans Service Note: Currently there is no charge for requests due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Google Scholar for citation searching
You can use Google Scholar as a research aid to track the citations of any article you are interested in or to get a sense of that article's impact.
Google Scholar does not cover specific journal titles or years and results are gathered using web crawlers. Non-scholarly sources may be included in the results so it should only be used in conjunction with academic databases and sources.
Finding Books and Journal Articles
Use Library Search to find your books, journal articles and other online resources.
Library Search (Hendon)This link opens in a new windowUse Library Search to find and access quality academic resources.
It replaces Summon and the Library Catalogue.
Resources for your 3rd Year Quality Improvement Initiative Proposal