Giving you easy searchability for a wealth of useful resources for your research
Searching for books and journals
To search for book and journal collections held in local NHS Wales libraries use the LibrarySearch and select the SearchAll@NHSWales search option.
To search LibrarySearch, reserve and renew books, search for articles etc, you will need your library barcode number and password. If you do not have these, or for further information or assistance with access, please contact the library staff at your local library.
For guidance on signing in and resetting your password, please see our guidance sheet.
Please see these online help videos for further guidance:
NHS Wales LibrarySearch Searching English / Cymraeg
For access to resources from your personal computer or device, you will also need an OpenAthens account. If you do not have one, you can register online. If you do have an account, but are having trouble logging in, please contact your local library for assistance.
Links to all the resources available to you, including Point of Care Tools, eLearning and Databases can be found on the eLibrary for Health website. Resources are subscribed to at national and individual Health Board level. Contact your local library for further information regarding other Journals, Point of Care Tools and resources that are available to you.
If there is a resource you would like to suggest for procurement, please complete the online suggestion form.
Wales Information System for the Dissemination of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Midwifery Material. For further information, please see the WISDOM page.
Further information and advice on revalidation is available on our website.
Databases & Clinical Decision Support Tools
You also have access to a wide range of Health related Databases and Clinical Decision Support Tools.
Your local NHS Wales Health Library will be able to guide you through the various tools you have access to at national level via the NHS Wales eLibrary for Health and via your health board's Library Service.
All health board library services have now established access to Embase, Medline & PsycINFO via OVID, offering the different segment of content. The NHS Wales eLibrary offer access to these databases via Proquest.