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Virtual Faculty Collection: A multiprofessional resource

Online access to journals and books

Welcome to the new Virtual Faculty Collection, designed to support the work of all clinical teachers, trainers and supervisors in London and the South East.  The collection provides clinical faculty with access to key journals. The service is provided by Multiprofessional Faculty Development in partnership with eKAT and health libraries across London and the South East.

The FREE e-resources focus on key faculty development issues including clinical supervision and supporting workplace learning.  Clinical teachers across the NHS can keep up to date with developments, debates and research in the field of clinical education.

In order to access the resources you will need to ensure that you have an NHS OpenAthens account.  If you are unsure about whether you already have an account, or you wish to set up an account please contact your local library service or email ekat@ncel.hee.nhs.uk

e-Journals

Below is a sample of the e-Journals available to you online:

  • Clinical Teacher
  • Education for Primary Care
  • InnovAit
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care
  • Journal of Nursing Education
  • Journal of Nursing Education and Practice
  • Medical Education
  • Medical Education Online
  • Medical Teacher
  • Postgraduate Medical Journal

 

How to access

For information on the resources available and how to access, please see our Accessing the Collection webpage.

For general guidance please contact the electronic Knowledge Access Team ekat@ncel.hee.nhs.uk