Access to the Library E-Resources
The Medical Library
at Lee Memorial Health System provides access to its electronic
resources to LMHS employees and to physicians on LMHS staff from their
home computers and mobile devices.
Pass-Free Access to 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 Information Services:
343-7900 at no charge. Single Password
Access via ATHENS is designed for nurses and support staff.
We recommend that
our medical staff continue accessing the Medical Library online
resources via their current method.
Request Athens User ID with
Remote Access Form
Provide the following
information: your name, LMHS employee number, your phone number,
your e-mail address. Athens will send you a user ID and a link
to the site, where you can set up your password.
may be accessed from
Click on Athens Access to Online Resources on the Library menu
on the right.
For easier navigation, we recommend that you
download Athens toolbar on you personal computer:
Note that if you get a rejected message
when trying to access full text from A-Z journal portal or from
PubMed, look for an ATHENS
log-in link and click on it. See
Following databases are available from mobile devices:
DynaMed Plus- a
clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and
other health care professionals for use primarily at the
point-of-care. With clinically-organized summaries for nearly
3,000 topics, DynaMed is the only evidence-based
reference shown to answer most clinical questions during
practice. Offers CMEs. - application
Natural Medicines (formerly
Natural Standard) - Evidence-Based database of alternative therapies, herbs,
vitamins, supplements, interactions - application
BoardVitals - NCLEX-RN
- the interactive tool allows for
decreased study time, with everything organized under one platform
and the best questions to study listed up front. With BoardVitals,
you have the ability to create customized practice tests using many
options including number of questions, subjects and more. Also
included are detailed, up-to-date explanations with each answer,
with references and links to applicable sources. When using it for
the first time, you need to register.
- mobile-enabled requires password.
NOTE: for optimal performance, this resource is best used
with Firefox or Chrome.
You must use your LMHS e-mail address as your User Id.
Your account will be active for six (6) month, after which you need
to register again.
PubMed (National Library of Medicine's bibliographic
database of medical, nursing, veterinary, dental journals
world-wide) - mobile-enabled does not require password
STAT!Ref Electronic Medical
Library (full-text medical and nursing books, dictionaries,
coding books, laboratory diagnosis interpretation guides) -
mobile-enabled requires password
HealthStar, Evidence-Based Medicine databases, full-text books
and full-text journals) -
oriented database of health information, also available in
Spanish and in over 40 other languages) -
mobile-enabled does not requires password
Send request for
passwords or application downloads for any of the above by
Request Form (Physicians)
Remote Access Request Form (Nurses and Others)
To request a free
subscription to e-journals, select titles from the
(OVID) and send
it to Medical Library along with Remote Access Request Form.
You may sign up for
additional 500 + online journals through
Clinical Key database from the Medical Library website on
From the menu, select
DATABASES, scroll down to Clinical Key, register
at the upper right corner. Click on Journals (under the
search window) and select the journal which you would like to
receive. When the new page opens, click on “New Issue
Alerts: Subscribe” under the title of the journal. Log in.
You will receive an e-mail with a table of content when a new
issue of that journal is published. From there, you will be
able to open full-text articles.
January 8, 2016