UPDATE: NEJM Access Problem

UPDATE: We believe we have solved the access problem. If you still cannot access full text, please contact us.

Users at UCH (University of Colorado Hospital) are unable to access full text of NEJM (New England Journal of Medicine).

Options:

  • Come to the Health Sciences Library to access full text
  • Ask the library to send you a pdf (for affiliated users only): 303-724-2152 or AskUs
  • Launch a virtual computer from you desktop: http://mydesktop.ucdenver.edu and try to access NEJM again

PsychiatryOnline scheduled downtime

PsychiatryOnline will have a scheduled maintenance period from 9:59 p.m. MST February 12 through 2 a.m. MST February 13. Please be advised that your access to POL will be periodically unavailable during this maintenance window. Cumulative downtime is expected to be two hours.

Scheduled downtime: Nursing Consult

 

 

Mosby's Nursing Consult Logo

Mosby’s Nursing Consult is launching two new content areas in the Calculators & Tools section. As a result, the web site will undergo maintenance on Sunday, August 18 2013 from 11:00 pm to 5:00 am MST. During this time, the site will be unavailable.

Details on the enhancements: 

Labs & Diagnostics

  • Labs & Diagnostics lets nurses quickly see the major nursing implications of abnormal values for common labs.
  • Lab values are from Chernecky, Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Procedures (6th ed.) (2012: St. Louis, Elsevier Saunders).
  • Each page contains:
      • Normal lab values including SI units when applicable
      • Nursing Implications of abnormal values
      • Measurement considerations

Scales

  • Scales helps nurses assess patients and improve patient outcomes by providing a dedicated area to commonly used scales.
  • Each page contains:
    • Scale name
    • Link to the full scale
      • In a book on MNC
      • On an association’s or professional organization’s website
      • As a PDF
    • Brief description of the scale
    • Full reference information

These areas, like all of Mosby’s Nursing Consult, are reviewed and will be updated as nursing evidence and practice evolve.

Article Linker problem in PubMed

Currently there is an intermittent problem with Article Linker on PubMed. Users may see the following message: “PubMed look up service is temporarily unavailable.” If you encounter the error please keep trying. You can try your search via Google Scholar.

You might also try the following:

1) open two browser windows, one on PubMed and the other on Find Journals single citation matcher or title search

2) flip back and forth between the windows or tabs, copy and paste the relevant info for the full text you wish to look up

If you have questions, please contact Ask a Librarian