Literature Review in Health Information and Libraries Journal

Videncentret has just published a literature review in Health Information and Libraries Journal. The title for this review is: Hospital Nurses’ Information Retrieval Behaviours in Relation to Evidence-based Nursing: a Literature Review. Abstract. Objective: The purpose of this literature review is to provide an overview of the information retrieval behaviour of clinical nurses, in termsContinue reading

New E-Books

Videncentret will in the future advise on purchased electronic books in the medical field. The purpose of this is to place more attention on the large amount of electronic materials available in our catalogue. The full list of new e-books can be found here. New editions have been added for these e-books: The Wills EyeContinue reading

Feedback on our new website

We have now looked through the feedback we’ve received on our new website. As a result, we’ve added a search field to the sidebar, as well as add Social Media Share Buttons to all the news on our website. The most used databases, such as PubMed, Cinahl, Embase, ClinicalKey and UpToDate are found on theContinue reading

Donate Textbooks

Do you want to donate textbooks to Africa? SDU cooperates with a university in Tanzania, and to this end, we are collecting newer textbooks in English, to be used at a medical library, serving hospital employees and students. The current library is made exclusively of donated books, and a portion of these are, unfortunately, veryContinue reading

Covidence

Covidence is a web-based referenceprogram suitable for systematic reviews, meta analysis or to compose clinical guidelines. Covidence is a web-based referenceprogram suited for systematic reviews, meta analysis or to compose clinical guidelines. You can import references, fx from EndNote and then sort, associate full text and assess the literature. Throughout the whole process, there is keptContinue reading