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Oxford Health Libraries

All our libraries are open and accessible for OHFT staff and students; library staff are working remotely to support you; use Ovid Discovery to access all our online resources. For anything not available please complete the request form and we'll supply if we can; use our Library website to request other services such as literature searches and keeping up to date.

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Selected E-Books in stock at Oxford Health Libraries

 Click on the eBook to view (you need to sign in with your NHS Open Athens account)


Mag Online Library - MAH Complete

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust staff  now have access to MAH Complete, a collection of journals covering a broad range of healthcare settings including nursing, medicine, midwifery and allied health, helping you with the answers you need to enhance patient care and improve outcomes.

To login:

1. Go to www.magonlinelibrary.com

2. Select Login/register then click on OpenAthens Login

3. Search by words, phrases, authors or keywords 


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 BMJ Best Practice



All NHS staff in England have access to BMJ Best Practice which is an online point of care tool offering step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, prevention and treatment.

To login:

2. Sign in with your NHS Open Athens account details*
3. Once you have logged in to BMJ Best practice, you can create a free personal account. Your personal account details will enable you to download the app, access BMJ Best Practice anywhere and to track CPD.

*If you don't have an NHS Open Athens account register here

Downloading the App:

1. Search for 'BMJ Best Practice' on the App Store or Google Play
2. Select the app and start the download
3. use your personal account details to sign in

 BMJ Best Practice is also available from the OXH Intranet under 'Need to Know' then 'Evidence for Practice'

Search here for NICE Guidelines