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E-Journals

What E-Journals are available to NHS staff and students?

Journals A – Z gives you access to full text e-journals and e-books available to NHS staff and students with an NHS OpenAthens account.

Details of print journals available in your local health library can be found by searching www.swims.nhs.uk and clicking on the Journals search in the right hand column.

Select Bodmin or Truro in the ‘Just in these libraries‘ box to limit your search to titles held at a specific location.

To request an article that you may be unable to access online click and complete the Library article request form.

To request a subject search of the peer reviewed journals click and complete the Request a literature search form.

Plymouth University Students

Log into the Plymouth University website and dle.plymouth.ac.uk and go to the
(Electronic Library) Primo.

You can search for journal titles via the E-journals A-Z.

Or search Primo for a specific article using title words and/or authors last names. Remember to change the drop down menu from Everything to Articles.

If the article is available electronically then click on View it to access it.  If the article is not available then you will need to apply for an interlibrary loan.

University of Exeter Students

Search the journal title on the Exeter library catalogue.
If the University subscribes, you’ll see whether there is online access, and what dates are available. Click on the links to access. You will be prompted to enter your university username and password.

You will then need to locate your article using the date, volume, and issue numbers that are part of the article reference (for example, Dec 2014, Vol. 63, Issue 12) – you might need to look for a link to the journal archive.

PCMD students

Please refer to University of Exeter and Plymouth University information above.

Further assistance

If you have difficulty accessing an article then Request a journal article using the library online form and we will source the item for you.

For further assistance please Contact a librarian.