Saturday, April 13, 2024

NEJM Evidence: New eJournal on Trial

AW Library Services is considering an annual online subscription to NEJM Evidence.

Through May 15, 2024, we will have access through a free trial.  

Check it out and let us know what you think ...  We'd love to have your feedback.  

Is this a journal to which we should subscribe?

NEJM Evidence
• Full-text original, peer-reviewed research, review articles, case presentations,
and commentary on clinical trial methods and results
• Patient Platform stories of patients in clinical trials
• Stats, STAT! animated videos explaining statistical concepts videos and the
Tomorrow’s Trial podcast
• Supplementary material, including protocols, disclosure forms, and clinical
trial registrations
• Continuously published new articles


The New England Journal of Medicine & NEJM Evidence Package

Maximize clinical value through the combined access to the New
England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) and NEJM Evidence, where these two
authoritative journals synergistically elevate clinical insights. With
ground-breaking and confirmatory research that changes medical
practice, both publications offer unique strengths.

While NEJM focuses on critical late-stage trial findings, NEJM Evidence
offers a different lens on early-stage trials along with fresh insights into
methodologies. Practitioners, researchers, educators and health care
professionals gain an extensive range of clinical information that keeps
them on top of rapid developments and ready to make impactful
decisions on patient care.

• Broadened clinical scope: Access studies that broaden your clinical
scope and enrich patient care strategies.

• Comprehensive insights: Enjoy systematic reviews that offer in-depth
analyses of original research studies.

• Enhanced learning: Perfect for educators and students looking to stay
on the cutting edge of medical advancements.

• Practical implications: Early phase and follow-up studies provide
additional insights for your medical practice. 

Access a wealth of multimedia resources:

• Immerse yourself in multimedia content available on NEJM Group websites.
• Elevate your understanding and stay informed.   

Combined access to multimedia resources and unique features, including:

Quick Take Videos: Succinct video summaries of original clinical trial research articles
Image Challenge: Interactive multiple-choice quiz based on clinical cases and images
Double Takes: In-depth videos exploring critical medically relevant subjects
Additional Videos: Comprehensive content covering clinical assessments, examinations, and procedures
Tomorrow’s Trial: Brief insights into accepted practices lacking solid evidence
Curbside Consults: Address a specific common question in a concise definitive format
Morning Report: Case presentations resembling morning rounds with residents

Questions, comments, contact Your Ascension Wisconsin Librarians:

 Michele Matucheski   &   Kellee Selden 

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