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qr codeWe can provide access to over 100+ books electronically. Links to e-books are provided via the Library Catalogue but here are some quick links to some of our core e-book collections:

ProQuest Ebook Central e-books (general e-book collection): http://bit.ly/EHLeblebooks

Nursing ‘Made incredibly easy’ e-books: http://bit.ly/EHLeasybooks

‘Rapid’ and ‘Hands On’ series e-books from Wiley: http://bit.ly/EHLWileyOBooks

Click on the links above to browse titles in these collections via the Library Catalogue, click on any titles you are interested in and then follow the link in the catalogue entry to access the full-text.

For further advice on how to use e-books from our main e-book provider, ProQuest Ebook Central, read our ProQuest Ebook Central help page.

We also have access, courtesy of Health Education England to –

Oxford University Press – over 130 Oxford Handbook titles – https://pages.oup.com/hee with NHS Open Athens.

Kortext – a collection of fiction and non-fictionhttps://app.kortext.com/login

Browse to find the name of your Trust – Royal Devon and Exeter or Devon Partnership Trust or sign in via NHS Open Athens – https://read.kortext.com/

Instructions to set up your Kortext account to enable reading via the App – https://www.kortext.com/support-and-accessibility/

If you are browsing the shelves in the Library you might see a QR code placemarker where we have an e-book copy of a print book. Install a QR code reader app on your mobile device, scan the code and you’ll be able to access the e-book on your device (logging in with NHS OpenAthens).

You will need an NHS OpenAthens username and password to access the e-books but you will be able to access them 24/7 wherever you are, on PC, laptop or mobile device.

If you have any problems accessing e-books please contact us.

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