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  • Online resources: PEP Web


    An online resource on the history of psychoanalysis is now available at the Wellcome Library. Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP) was formed through the collaborative efforts of the American Psychoanalytic Association and the Institute of Psychoanalysis. The database, which started life… Continue reading

  • Medical Spectators


    On this day in 1711, the first issue of The Spectator was published [1]. Initially written by Richard Steele and Joseph Addison – though both Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift contributed to later volumes – it ran every day except… Continue reading

  • What’s up Doc?


    Are you interested in finding up to date information on health and medicine? Whether you require background information from dictionaries and other reference books, articles from newspapers or magazines, or research papers from peer reviewed scientific journals, Health Reference Centre… Continue reading

  • Online Resources: OED Online relaunched


    News on an updated resource available to Wellcome Library readers. Ten years after its original appearance the Oxford English Dictionary Online has been relaunched. The new OED Online has developed as a tool for exploring the English language and aims… Continue reading

  • Virtual Heaven


    Where do medical web sites go when they die? Well, provided they have granted the Wellcome Library permission, we can ‘freeze’ them in the UK Web Archivewhere they can be forever young and accessible. The Wellcome Library is currently busy… Continue reading

  • Launch of JAINpedia


    Launched at an event at the Victoria and Albert Museum on the 18th of November was JAINpedia: a project to create an online, accessible resource devoted to the Jain religion. JAINpedia is the first such project to work with the… Continue reading

  • Online Resources: Cambridge Journals Digital Archive


    The Cambridge Journals Digital Archive is now available at the Wellcome Library. JISC Collections has purchased in perpetuity on behalf of the higher education community the backfiles of all available Cambridge University Press journals going back to Volume 1, issue… Continue reading

  • Eugenics Review : digitised and freely available through PMC


    The complete archive of the Eugenics Review journal – from 1909 through to 1968 when the title ceased – has been digitised through the Wellcome Library’s Backfile Digitisation Project, and is now freely available at PubMed Central. As the official… Continue reading

  • New resource trial – Dissertations read to the Royal Medical Society, Edinburgh


    The Wellcome Library has set up a trial for a new online database, Dissertations read to the Royal Medical Society, Edinburgh, which can be accessed via the Library catalogue. The trial runs until the 30th November and we would appreciate… Continue reading

  • Online resources: Changes to ‘Nature’


    As all registered readers of the Wellcome Library enjoy remote access to a number of Nature titles, we thought we would bring you news on how the world’s most highly cited interdisciplinary science journal has recently changed. Nature has been… Continue reading