What is it?
KnowledgeShare is an online system providing targeted updates on your professional interests. It searches for high impact articles and documents in your area, and sends them to you in a regular bulletin by email.
Why use it?
It gives you the latest high-level evidence in your field.
How does it work?
We create a KnowledgeShare profile for you and it will be as broad or as specific as you need. For example, you could receive everything published on obstetrics or limit your interests to items related to gestational diabetes, or any of a whole range of other topics – as many or as few as you like.
How do I sign up?
or print off this form, fill it in and drop it in at DRI or Bassetlaw Hospital libraries.
Alternatively, email us and tell us which bulletin/s you’d like to subscribe to.
These bulletins collate key evidence, reports and articles from a wide range of sources, and are regularly e-mailed out to subscribers.
They’re aimed at trust staff and students – be aware that we are unable to answer questions related to them from the general public.
Current topics covered are listed below.
The Big Four – A weekly bulletin containing the titles and abstracts of research papers from BMJ, Lancet, NEJM and JAMA.
A monthly update of articles relating to Quality Improvement.
A monthly update of articles relating to paediatrics
Quarterly update of articles specific to issues relevant to NMPs.
Journal Tables Of Contents
If you want to keep up with new articles published in particular journals that you’re interested in, try Knowledgeshare (see top of this page).
If you’re interested in the few journals that aren’t covered by Knowledgeshare, JournalTOCs can help:
This free service contains Tables Of Contents for over 33000 journals from over 3500 publishers. Sign up for free and:
– follow your favourite journals (up to 30 titles)
– be alerted when new issues of your favourite journals are published
– save and export articles
– save your searches
Set up a JournalTOC
Alternatively, we are happy to set up Electronic Tables Of Contents (eTOC) alerts for you on a wide range of subjects and topics – see below for examples:
Paediatrics e-TOC Alert
Contents of 7 of the best journals in paediatric medicine.
New Book Alerts
New book alerts
Would you like to receive details of new books added to stock for your area of professional interest?
Just email us stating “New Book Alerts” in the subject heading and let us know what sort of areas are interested in such as emergency medicine, dementia, reflective practice, general medicine, medical ethics, oncology, or anything else.
or complete our the new book alert form
For more information please contact the Knowledge & Library Team:
Tel: 01302 642894 or 01909 572917
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