PEDro (Physiotherapy Evidence Database) is a free resource which indexes over 39,000 items.These include:
- Randomised trials which have been independently assessed for quality
- Systematic reviews
- Clinical practice guidelines
For each trial, review or guideline it will include the citation and abstract, and a link to full text if this is available.
PEDro can be accessed via our A-Z of Resources.
Scopus has been added to our portfolio of databases.
It is one of the largest databases of abstracts and citations of journals, books and conference proceedings from more than 5000 publishers.
It is multi-disciplinary and it’s coverage includes research from:
*arts and humanities
To access this resource, go via the A-Z of Resources on our iCity pages.
Wolters Kluwer have scheduled maintenance on their Ovid platforms this weekend for approximately 6 hours starting at 6am on Sunday 11th February.
Disruption to databases and online journals is expected to be minimal but please note that instability to the database Maternity and Infant Care and to the online journals listed below could occur:
- Clinical obstetrics & gynecology
- Critical care medicine
- Critical care nursing quarterly
- Current opinion in critical care
- Gastroenterology nursing
- Holistic nursing practice
- Journal of burn care & rehabilitation
- Investigative radiology
- Journal of burn care & research
- Journal of cardiovascular nursing
- Journal of infusion nursing
- Journal of nursing administration
- Journal of perinatal & neonatal nursing
- MCN, American journal of maternal child nursing
- Nursing standard
- Nursing times
- Obstetrics & gynecology
- Topics in magnetic resonance imaging
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
^Posted on behalf of Stuart Purchase, Systems and Resources team
We are running a Trial of Faculti until mid November.
Faculti is an online academic research video library which hosts over 1000 videos aiming to make research more accessible.
The video library is multi-disciplinary and covers:
- Art, Design and Architecture and many more.
Below is an example of some of the videos currently available:
To access Faculti log in to iCity and go through our A-Z of Resources.
We’d love to know what you think so send us your feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Great news! We have taken out a subscription to Anatomy.TV.
This is an interactive resource which brings human anatomy and muscle function to life in 3D models. There are also quizzes and activities to test your knowledge.
To access this resource log in to iCity and go through the library’s A-Z of Resources.
We hope you find it useful. Let us know what you think via libanswers.bcu.ac.uk