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New videos in HS TalksAdd to favorites

Dear Users,


We would like to inform you about the recent releases arrived to our HSTalks Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection subscribed database. This month's additions include a new series 'Nursing – art and science', edited by Prof. Lesley Baillie and Dr. Elaine Maxwell. In addition, the following content was released in the lecture collections:


Person-centred approaches to care, Prof. Brendan McCormack
The nurse's contribution to clinical research and evidence-based practice, Dr. Susan Hamer
Family-centred care for children with long-term conditions, Prof. Imelda Coyne
Nursing support of families and carers of people with dementia, Prof. June Andrews
Assessing and managing thermoregulatory responses to heat loss: a research journey, Dr. Barbara J. Holtzclaw
Obesity pharmacotherapy: options and uses in clinical practice, Prof. Scott Kahan
An overview of the idiopathic inflammatory myopathies, Prof. Jemima Albayda
Immunotherapy in neuroendocrine tumors 1 - current available therapy options
Immunotherapy in neuroendocrine tumors 2 - role of immunotherapy, Dr. Nitya Raj
Hepatitis B virus (HBV), Prof. Marco Olivera-Martinez
Transport and delivery of neurotrophic peptides and proteins across the BBB, Prof. Weihong Pan
Caenorhabditis elegans: a platform for accelerating research on ageing, Prof. Nektarios Tavernarakis
Gram bacterial microbiota - Yin & Yang of infectious disease, Prof. P. Patrick Cleary

Nature journals access problemAdd to favorites

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Dear Library Users!


We would like to inform you that the Nature Publishing Group journals are accessible again.



Thank you for your patience until now.

Karger journals trial accessAdd to favorites

Dear Users,


We would like to inform you that in a trial access the Karger publisher makes available its current academic journals in in full text from February 6th until March 5th. Within several other titles, the following peer-reviwed journals with high impact factor become available during the trial:


Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (0033-3190)
Journal of Innate Immunity (1662-811X)
Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders (1420-8008)
Cerebrovascular Diseases (1015-9770)
Gerontology (0304-324X)
Neurodegenerative Diseases (1660-2854)
Neuroepidemiology (0251-5350)


See the full journal list in the attached pdf.

Embase trial accessAdd to favorites

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Dear Library Users,


We would like to inform you that the Embase database is accessible for a trial period until 14th February.

Embase include over 31 million indexed records and more than 8,500 indexed peer-reviewed journals. It contains records in biomedical scope and pharmacology, pharmaceutical science, clinical research, veterinary science and extensive allied health topics from 90 countries and from 1947 to the present day.

The content is updated daily, indexing is based on Elsevier Life Science Emtree thesaurus what includes over 7,100 preferred terms. The search tools allow users to choose between Emtree and MeSH terms.

The database covers the Embase Classic and MEDLINE collection as well. Search results can be refined using biomedical and bibliographic filters. Search results are linked to full text data.


You can find support materials about the use of the database on the following links:

Getting started with Embase (video)

Searching in Embase (pdf)

Searching using Emtree (pdf)

2016/17 1st semester Library Informatics Index signatureAdd to favorites

Dear Students,

For the Index signature of the Library Informatics course please bring your indexes to the 3rd floor in the Mikszath square library  on the 11th of January 2017 (Wednesday) between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. and on the 16th of January 2017 (Monday) between 1 p.m and 2 p.m The signed indexes can be obtained from the next day of the signature. (Monday - Thursday between 9 a.m and 3 p.m and Friday between 9 a.m and 1 p.m)

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