The Library & Knowledge Service now has subscription to DynaMed, a clinical reference tool. It provides high-end, evidence based information from respected publications, associations, and contributing clinicians. DynaMed is updated daily, giving healthcare staff easy access to nearly 3,200 evidence-based clinical summaries covering:

  • Description – including ICD-9/10 Codes
  • Causes and Risk Factors
  • Complications and Associated Conditions
  • History
  • Physical Symptoms and Characteristics
  • Diagnosis
  • Prognosis
  • Treatment
  • Drug Information
  • Prevention and Screening
  • References (including Reviews and Guidelines)

 DynaMed on Your Mobile Device DynaMed is available as a mobile application for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Palms, Pocket PC, Windows, Android Smartphones, Blackberry, and Microsoft Mobile devices, giving you access to information on the go. Please contact the library for an activation code.

Unlimited on-site and Remote access Access DynaMed from the hospital, office, home or phone.

To access DynaMed remotely with your NHS OpenAthens logon click the link below: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=athens&profile=dynamed

Any queries please contact the Library & Knowledge Service

Email: library@wmuh.nhs.uk      Ext. 5968

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Library Discovery Tool

Check out our guide for a brief overview, how to access and use the Discovery tool. Trouble accessing or have questions?  Please contact us

BMJ Best Practice, clinical decision support tool is now available. Access it on the Trust intranet without password, access remotely with NHS OpenAthens, download the app to access on mobile devices anywhere. See the  user guide for details.

Access to DynaMed is available via Cerner EPR. Contact us for more details.

Latest Staff Publications lists:


CWMH (can download only on the Trust computers)

Institutional Repository of Staff Publications

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