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CINAHL Complete

CINAHL Complete, the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature database became the permanent part of the LMHS library collection.  It offers fast and easy access to top nursing and allied health journals, evidence-based care sheets and quick lessons.  Besides bibliographic citations, abstracts and full-text articles from more than 1,300 journals indexed in CINAHL, it also contains continuing education modules; evidence-based sheets; quick lessons providing overviews of disease and conditions, and research instruments.
The library started subscription to the Audio-Digest Family Practice series of CDs.  A total of 48 titles a year will be available for check out and for claiming CME credits upon completing a test.  CDs and tests are available in LMH library.  Check the most recent arrivals here.

Change to circulation policy for AHA and other textbooks required for LMHS-offered classes:

Starting March 4, 2013, LMHS employees no longer have to leave deposits when checking out BLS, ACLS and other textbooks, which previously required leaving a deposit. Timely book return policy will be strictly observed, and replacement cost for a book not returned on time will be deducted from an employee paycheck according with the library policy.

Mobile Library:

You may access resources listed below from your mobile devices, if you are on staff at Lee Memorial Health System:

DynaMed - an evidence-based clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and other health care professionals for use primarily at the point-of-care. A link to instructions on installation and authentication is published on Databases page on IntraLee. If you were using the Skyscape or Omnio apps to access DynaMed on your mobile device, you do not have to uninstall those apps to download/use the new DynaMed app. However, those apps will no longer be updated with the latest DynaMed content, so it is recommended that you install the new DynaMed app.

PubMed  - National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database of medical, nursing, veterinary, dental journals world-wide. Abstracts free.

OVID - full-text journals, books, evidence-based medicine, Medline, HealthStar - requires password

 Collection of full-text electronic medical and nursing books.  Requires password

Natural Medicine (formerly Natural Standard) - Evidence-Based database of alternative therapies, herbs, vitamins, supplements, interactions.  Follow installation instructions on Databases page on IntraLee.

 - Consumer oriented database of health information, also available in Spanish and in over 40 other languages -no password necessary

To request mobile applications or passwords to mobile-enabled databases, fill out Remote Access Request Form.

Cochrane Collection Plus from EBSCO replaces Evidence-Based databases from OVID and includes following databases:

NHS Economic Evaluation
Health Technology Assessments
Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Cochrane Methodology Register
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects

Important reminder about using continuing education video programs from Health e Galaxy (formerly, the Network for Continuing Medical Education, NCME):

Each new DVD, comes now with a customized evaluation form with a mandatory posttest for that particular program. In order to receive CME credit, learners must receive a passing grade of 70% or higher on the posttest. The questions are included at the end of the video presentation. When checking out a DVD from the Health Park Medical Library, request posttest and evaluation form or watch and complete your session online.

Pass-free access to the Library databases - Physicians on staff at LMHS and Mid-level providers, ARNPs, PA, CNMs, may now access Medical Library online resources from their home computers without passwords. The users need to access Medical Library WEB site on IntraLee using Citrix Access Gateway software, which they may obtain from Jan Villwok at: 343-7841 ( or from Michele Hildebrand at 343-7928 ( in Information Services at no charge.

Single sign-on access to the Library electronic resources from home computers with ATHENS password is now available. Athens access is designed for nursing and support staff.  We recommend that our medical staff continue accessing the Medical Library online resources via their current method.  To request ATHENS login, fill out the Remote Access Request Form.

STATdx, the imaging point-of-care, diagnostic clinical decision support system, is now available to staff of LMHS. The link to the database of 4,000 separate diagnoses, over 10,000 individual patient case examples of these diagnoses, and over 100,000 radiological images and color graphic illustrations is placed on "database" page. If you would like having access to it, please send your name and your e-mail address to

Available for subscription

In order to receive a current issue of the New England Journal of Medicine via e-mail, please e-mail your name, employee number, phone number and your e-mail address (LMHS Outlook address preferred) to:

Those who receive the NEJM table of content at LMHS Outlook e-mail address will be able to open every article in an issue. Those not on Outlook e-mail, will be able to open only "free full-text" articles as determined by the publisher.

In addition, the current issues (table of content with links to full-text articles) of following journals may be e-mailed to your mail box every time a new issue is published.



Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology

Current Opinion in Neurology

Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery


Obstetrics & Gynecology

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Pediatric Emergency Care

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery


Southern Medical Journal



AACN: Advanced Critical Care
Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal
Advances in Neonatal Care
Advances in Nursing Science
Advances in Skin and Wound Care
American Journal of Nursing
Cancer Nursing
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Critical Care Nursing Quarterly
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing
Family & Community Health
Gastroenterology Nursing
Health Care Management Review
Holistic Nursing Practice
Home Healthcare Nurse
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration
Journal for Nurses in Professional Development(JNSD)
Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
Journal of Christian Nursing
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing
Journal of Infusion Nursing
Journal of Nursing Care Quality
Journal of Patient Safety
Journal of Pediatric Nursing
Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing
Journal of Trauma Nursing
Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing
MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing
Nurse Educator
Nurse Practitioner, The
Nursing Administration Quarterly
Nursing Critical Care
Nursing Made Incredibly Easy
Nursing Management (LWW)
Nursing Research
Nutrition Today
OR Nurse
Orthopaedic Nursing
Plastic Surgical Nursing
Professional Case Management


Natural Medicines Newsletter (full-text issue)

Journal of Urology and JOGNN: Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing are no longer available for online subscription.

If you use your LMHS Outlook e-mail address, you won't need passwords. When using a different address, you will need to enter your OVID user ID and a password to open the full-text. Please contact the librarian to obtain them.

To sign up for electronic subscription to any of the above journals or for table-on-content e-delivery service of others, send your name, employee number, phone number and your e-mail address to:

Natural Medicines offer now CEs for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dietitians and other health care providers.
To receive a monthly newsletter from Natural Medicines to your mailbox, register here.

There is NO CHARGE to LMHS staff and employees for the above service.

  • NCME now offers 1 program a month as a TV program online. The link is published on the library WEB site under "Continuing Education", in "Physician's Education" section. Everyone must register online, and then will be notified about new programs via e-mail by NCME. The participants need to answer the questions online, and the certificate will be available for print out instantly. Starting with NCME #901, each program will have a program-specific test and evaluation form published online.  In order to receive CME credit, learners must receive a passing grade of 70% or higher on the post-test.  The test questions are included at the end of the video presentation.  Answers should be recorded on the form. NCME still offers credits for previously released programs (not older than 3 years). Credits are free to physicians on staff at LMHS, but are also available to doctors, who are not on staff (retired physicians, for example). They will have to send a check for $8.25 with each post-test to receive a certificate. If you are on staff at LMHS, please call the library to obtain LMHS identification number.

updated February 12, 2015

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