This page lists key Leadership & Management resources. You may also find relevant information in the Online Library and other Specialty pages. Please register for an OpenAthens account to make the most of the healthcare resources.
Look under Evidence for research reviews, evidence-based guidelines, validated research articles and research-based clinical options.
Search Literature resources for indexes of published information from journals, conference abstracts, reports and academic theses. Critically appraise results to exclude poorly conducted clinical trials, reports and articles and to locate relevant, valid information.
All require OpenAthens unless otherwise indicated
BMJ Best Practice: Clinical decision support tool, structured around patient consultation, advice on symptom evaluation, tests and treatment approach. Access thousands of clinical topics and 6000+ clinical guidelines. Create a personal account and download the app. Password free access onsite via the Trust intranet Applications page
ClinicalKey: Provides access to a large collection of reference material, books, journals, images and videos*
Cochrane Library: Reliable evidence on the effectiveness of healthcare interventions and treatments
NICE Evidence: Free, open access to a range of selected and authoritative health and social care evidence-based information
Trip: A clinical search engine providing quick and easy access to high quality research evidence. Filter by evidence type, images, date
UpToDate: This resource includes updated reviews of clinical topics in 27 medical specialties. Please note: drug information in UpToDate is designed for use in the USA, so may differ from UK product licenses and accepted practice. Please click here to access UpToDate if using a computer within the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust*
(*Not available to all organisations)
HDAS Healthcare resources with links to journal citations, abstracts and some full-text articles.
These require OpenAthens
Health Business Elite: healthcare administration and non-clinical aspects of health care institution management
HMIC: UK focused data and records from the Department of Health and the King’s Fund on health service policy, the quality of health services, management and administration