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  • Library, Hope Hospital. Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. The Library Hours of Opening Monday - Wednesday 8.45 to 19.00 Library Update Thursday Friday 8.45 to 18.00 8.45 to 17.30 2007 – Neurology and Closed 2-3pm every 4th Tuesday in the Month Neurosciences (includes Library Manager: Valerie Haigh resources for neuroradiology) val.haigh@manchester.ac.uk http://www.hope- academic.org.uk/academic/library1/ Contact Details General Enquires 206 5405 / 0842 Librarian 206 5753 Focus on electronic resources Fax 206 5409 E-mail address library.hope@manchester.ac.uk Change in Opening Hours .. How to use this bulletin to Here’s a reminder of our current access information resources opening hours: Monday 8.45am – 7.00pm If using the PDF online Tuesday 8.45am – 7.00pm • Hover over the URLs with the mouse Wednesday 8.45am – 7.00pm in sections 1-3. Thursday 8.45am – 6.00pm • In the ‘Focus on Friday 8.45am – 5.30pm Neurology/Neurosciences’ hover the mouse over the title of each resource New Staff The library welcomed a new member of If using a paper copy staff in September 2006, Senior Library • The URLs have been provided – just Assistant Andy Hough. Andy can be type them in! contacted by telephone on 0161 206 5405 and by e-mail on ‘Focus on’ section - Andrew.hough@manchester.ac.uk This graphic denotes a professional Although this is the first bulletin society to be issued for a little while, we have news of many additional resources and services. You’ll find a round-up of these below. The general bulletin lists the following which are not included here: • New books (acquired 2006-2007) • A full listing of electronic books Journal Subscription News 1
  • Go to the ‘Alerts’ section and follow the on-screen instructions to do this. Contact us if you’d like a demonstration : Tel: 0161 206 5971 Science Direct – over 600 full text titles Here is a short list of titles to whet your Electronic Journals appetite. A full listing is available via http://www.hope- Journals added to our academic.org.uk/Academic/library1/Jour nals/HospEjournals/ejournals.htm collection from January 2007 All of the titles listed below are available (1) Science Direct – full text from 2003, unless stated otherwise. access to over 600 journal titles Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology There is good news regarding electronic journals. We have Autonomic Neuroscience purchased access to over 600 additional titles; these are available via Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery http://www.sciencedirect.com/ Clinical Neurophysiology A full listing of journal titles is available via the ‘e-journals’ page on the ‘books Clinical Neuroscience Research and journals’ section of the library website (opens as a webpage). EMC - Neurologie European Journal of Paediatric Neurology European Neuropsychopharmacology How to access Experimental Neurology Science Direct (Health Sciences Collection) Journal of Clinical Neuroscience • Go to Journal of the Neurological Sciences http://www.sciencedirect.com Neurobiology of Aging • Click ‘Athens Log-in’, which is at the top right-hand side of Neurobiology of Disease the NeuroImage • Enter your NHS ATHENS username and password Neuromuscular Disorders • Use the alphabetical listing to browse for a title, or type in Neuron the details of your article or Neuropeptides journal name into the ‘search’ box. Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical • You can set up a Table of NeurophysiologyNeuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance Contents alert – keep track et de l'Adolescence of what’s hot off the press. 2
  • National Library for Health – Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery http://www.library.nhs.uk Click on ‘books’ (under the Books, journals and bibliographic databases’ section once you have logged in. (2) 9 new titles purchased by the North West A guide produced by the NHS to using - via Ovid/LWW these books is available via the website - http://www.hope- Full text access to an additional nine academic.org.uk/Academic/library1/Journal journal titles is also available. These s/HospEjournals/ebookslink.htm are listed below Here are some highlights: A list and links are available via our e-journals page: http://www.hope- academic.org.uk/Academic/library1/ Kaye, A.H. Essential Neurosurgery Journals/HospEjournals/ejournals.ht Blackwell Publishing, 2005. m Wilkinson, I.M.S. Essential Neurology Anaesthesiology (1995 - ) Blackwell Publishing, 2005 Anesthesia & Analgesia (1957 -) Annals of Surgery (July 2003 - ) And also of interest … Circulation (1950 -) Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Cox, Carol L. Reyes-Hughes, Adrian. Research (March/April 1996 -) Clinical Effectiveness in Practice. Palgrave Macmillan Publishing, 2001 Critical Care Medicine (1996 -) Laryngoscope (1996 -) Gatrell, J. The Specialist Registrar Neurology (1995 -) Handbook (2e). Radcliffe Publishing Ltd, 2001. Stroke (1970 -) And remember, we also offer training sessions on National Library for (3) Latest update on Health and electronic books. Please e-book access (‘Myilibrary’): contact the library for further details. You can view the presentation via the ‘Training’ A full listing of the e-books you can area of the library website. access is available from our website: http://www.hope- academic.org.uk/Academic/library1/Jou rnals/HospEjournals/ebookslink.htm With your NHS ATHENS log-in you can access books online. The collection covers a wide variety of topics so it is well worth a look. You can access the collection via 3
  • Neurology BUBL: Internet resources hand-picked by the University of Strathclyde Browse for ‘Neurology’ using the alphabetical index Focus on URL:http://www.bubl.ac.uk/link/n/neurology.ht m Neurosciences/Neurology and related fields eMedicine: Neurology Information Resources on http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/ the Internet Topics include All of these are freely available • Seizures and Epilepsy unless indicated to the contrary. • Critical Care Neurology • Headache & Pain This guide draws upon the list drawn • Neuro-rehabilitation up by Jane Sweetland; ‘Internet Sites of Interest: Neurosciences URL: http://www.emedicine.com/neuro/ Information Sources, CILIP Health Libraries Group Newsletter, 23 (1), Internet Handbook of Neurology March 2006, 12-15. You can browse this by topic You will find a number of It is compiled and maintained by Katalin ‘eMedicine’ texts for the subject Hegedus, University of Debrecen, Hungary. areas covered in this bulletin. URL: Here is a brief overview of this http://www.neuropat.dote.hu/neurology.htm resource. EMedicine is an open access, peer MedlinePlus: Neurologic Diseases reviewed comprehensive medical textbook for all clinical fields. The Information on neurological diseases material is regularly updated; the date compiled by the National Library of is shown for each article. Medicine • For health professionals and the You can search for the following: public • Articles – include symptoms, workup, outcome and prognosis URL: • Images http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/neurolo gicdiseases.html You can also browse by topic. ‘Introductory topics’ (summaries) are Merck Manual of Therapy and Diagnosis also available on a number of topics This freely available online textbook, written for use by healthcare professionals and consumers, has a section on Neurologic Disorders. The manual is searchable by • Index • Section 4
  • • Symptoms Hungary. URL: URL: http://www.neuropat.dote.hu/ http://www.merck.com/mmpe/sec16.htm l NeuroExam: an online interactive resource National Institute of Neurological This is a companion to Hal Blumfield’s Disorders and Stroke Neuroanatomy through clinical cases. (Sunderland, MA: Sinauerr, 2001). National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke URL: http://www.neuroexam.com/ • Part of the National Institute of Health o A-Z list of neurological British Neuropathological Society disorders, stating symptoms, treatment • Details of meetings options, prognosis, state • Guidelines of research and links to societies o Current news – press URL: http://www.bns.org.uk/ releases (e.g. news on new trials) o Reports of completed trials of significance Neurophysiology URL: http://www.ninds.nih.gov/ British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology Association of British This site includes • Patient information Neurologists • A section for trainees • News • Meetings • Public information Links to useful websites including • Publications list has links to • Professional organizations websites and guidelines • Voluntary organizations (e.g. MS Society) URL: http://www.theabn.org/ URL: http://bscn.org.uk/ Neuropathology Clinical Neurophysiology - website compiled by Dr Adrian J. Fowle Neuroanatomy and Neuropathology • Diary of meetings • Online neuropathology atlas • Lecture notes • Internet handbook of neurology • Educational material • There is a ‘test your knowledge’ feature (questions, answers supplied!) URL: • The site is produced by the http://www.clinicalneurophysiology.org.uk/ Department of Neurology, University of Debrecen, 5
  • URL: Neuropsychiatry http://www.bubl.ac.uk/link/m/medicalimagin g.htm and Neuropsychology BUBL: Psychiatry links Medcyclopaedia Catalogue of evaluated psychiatry links Thousands of topics on 18,000 and 10,000 images from the Encyclopaedia of medical URL: imaging’. Please note, you need to http://bubl.ac.uk/link/p/psychiatrylink register to use the site (this is free of s.htm charge) URL: http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/ British Neuropsychiatry Association Database of neuroradiology teaching News of meetings, conferences; files links to professional societies in related fields and an extensive list of journals Neuroradiology teaching files compiled by the University of California (San URL: http://www.bnpa.org.uk/ Diego Medical Center). URL: http://spinwarp.ucsd.edu/NeuroWeb/ Neuromuscular Whole Brain Atlas Neuromuscular Disease Center, A database of CT and MRI multi-media Washington University resources (including images, and movies) compiled by Keith A. Johnson and J. Alex • Patient resources Becker (Harvard Medical School) • Index for diseases, evaluation and testing. Areas • The site has images to • Cerebrovascular diseases accompany the text • Neoplastic diseases • Inflammatory infectious diseases URL: http://www.neuro.wustl.edu/neuromu URL: http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB scular/alfindex.htm British Society of Neuroradiologists Neuroradiology / imaging Meetings/conferences You can download guidelines BUBL Medical Imaging (catalogue for Medical Imaging) URL: http://www.bsnr.co.uk/ A catalogue of evaluated internet resources. Neurosciences 6
  • BUBL: Internet resources hand- picked by the University of E-mail: Rachel.Gick@manchester.ac.uk Strathclyde Browse for ‘Neurosciences’ using the alphabetical index URL: http://www.bubl.ac.uk/ And remember, we also offer Neurosciences on the Internet training sessions on National Library for Health and electronic books. Please A browsable and searchable index contact the library for further details. You of internet sites relating to can view the presentation via the ‘Training’ neurobiology, neurosurgery, area of the library website. neurology, psychology and cognitive science It is maintained by Neil Busis, a neurologist practising in Pittsburgh URL: http://www.neuroguide.com/ Tuition British Neuroscience Group tuition sessions Association Our ‘Bitesize’ tuition sessions are run each Details of Monday. There are nine sessions. Think of • Education and training them as the literature searching process broken down into manageable ‘chunks’. • Links to educational resources (e.g. 3-D tour of the A brochure is available on request – tel. 0161 brain) 206 5405 or e-mail the library on • Careers information library.hope@manchester.ac.uk URL: http://www.bna.org.uk/ You can also visit the new website training section of the library website to view the presentations. Neurosurgery These include • Introduction to National Library for Health eMedicine: Neurosurgery (formerly, NeLH, ADITUS) • Introduction to subject searching • Introduction to free text searching Articles on a wide range of topics are • Introduction to evidence-based healthcare available, including information • Acute nerve injury • Hydrocephalus • Skull fracture What’s in the pipeline … URL: We have also used these sessions to plan http://www.emedicine.com/med/NEURO longer literature searching sessions. Watch SURGERY.htm out for more news on these. 7
  • … and remember, we still offer 1-2-1 sessions on literature sessions. We can also deliver the ‘Bitesize’ sessions on an individual basis on request. Tel: 0161 206 5405 / 206 0842 / 206 5971 e-mail: library.hope@manchester.ac.uk Access to IT Don’t forget – laptops are available for loan within the library. These connect to the hospital network and can be used for searching, word processing and e-learning. 8
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