Frequently Asked Questions
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND ACTIVATION
How do I activate my institution's site license?
NEJM Journal Watch Online customers will have their account activated on their behalf and will receive an email with account information when this is complete.
Can I use the same email address to administer my site license account and get access to NEJM.org as an individual?
MANAGING YOUR INSTITUTION’S ACCOUNT (NEJM.org customers only)
I am a site license administrator. Do you have a guide for managing my account?
How do I verify or update my email address, password, or personal information?
I forgot my password. How can I retrieve my account information?
Please contact us for further assistance with your password.
Help with IP Addresses
You can add your institution’s IP address(es) within the Institution Administration Center. Note that there is a description field alongside the IP entry field. This field is optional, but you can use it to describe the IP address(es) that you are entering. For example, one IP address might be the university library, while another might be the science lab. Use the description field to distinguish between the two. Please note that if you wish to obtain usage statistics for specific IP addresses under your license, you will need to contact Customer Service.
There are a few rules that you must follow when entering an IP address:
- All IP addresses contain 4 numeric segments, up to 3 characters long, and separated by periods (eg., nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn).
- Place each IP address or range in the box provided, following these rules:
- The only characters allowed are numbers, colons (:), periods (.), and asterisks (*).
- Dashes are not accepted.
- The allowed values for the first segment are 1-223.
- The allowed values for segments 2, 3, 4 are 0-255.
- You can enter a range in the last segment by using a colon (:).
To verify your IP address: Visit http://www.nejm.org/action/showIdentities and note the IP address present on the page, or send us a screenshot and we can identify it for you. Please contact us if you are still having trouble inputting your IP addresses.
Help with OpenAthens
New to OpenAthens?
If you would like to set up an OpenAthens account, you must first register with OpenAthens and then contact us to provide your OpenAthens Organization ID.
For more information about setting up an OpenAthens account, visit the OpenAthens website.
Please contact us with any further questions or if you are having trouble with your OpenAthens-based access to NEJM.
Help with Shibboleth
New to Shibboleth?
Learn more about joining a Shibboleth Federation and getting started. After you’ve set up your account, you can log into the Institution Administration Center to add your Entity ID URL.
Want to add NEJM to your Shibboleth Federation?
Please contact us.
Help with COUNTER Reports
Any institution administrator can pull COUNTER reports for the institution(s) for which they are an administrator. If you’re not sure how to do this on your own, please contact us for instructions.
How can I pull reports?
COUNTER-compliant usage reports are available via email delivery in XML, HTML, and tab-delimited format using the Email Reports function on the Usage Reports tab of the Institution Administration Center. You can select the time period for which you want the reports, specify any additional recipients, and opt-in to be notified when COUNTER reports become available each month.
Is NEJM COUNTER 4 compliant?
Yes, NEJM switched to COUNTER 4 reporting standards on December 12, 2013. All reports pulled after that date are in the new structure. For more information about what is new in COUNTER 4, you can consult the documentation from COUNTER here.
Reports from July 2010 – December 2013
Reports for the period July 2010 – December 11, 2013 were in the COUNTER 3 reporting format. If new copies of reports are desired for this date range, they will be delivered in the COUNTER 4 reporting format.
Reports from January 2005 – July 2010
COUNTER 3 reports from 2005 to July 2010 are available in a zip file at the bottom of the Usage Reports tab. Each report is a tab-delimited file.
You will only find partial data for the month of July 2010 in this zip file due to a platform transition we undertook on July 24, 2010. In order to get an accurate COUNTER report count for the month of July 2010, you will need to combine the July 2010 report in the zip file with the July 2010 report that is generated via email. We’re sorry for any inconvenience that this causes. Reports from August 2010 forward are available in their entirety and should be generated using the Email Reports function at the top of the page.
Please contact us with questions about your COUNTER reports or if you are having trouble accessing them.
Help with SUSHI
We provide access to COUNTER 4 reports through the SUSHI protocol, version 1.6. Learn more about how to get started with SUSHI at the NISO website.
Please contact us if you need help configuring your SUSHI client or have other questions about SUSHI.
Help with Institutional Branding
Contact us if you have questions or are having trouble uploading your graphics.
Help with Link Resolvers (OpenURL)
Already Have OpenURL?
You can configure OpenURL directly within the Branding & Link Resolvers tab of the Institution Administration Center. Redirects are in place, so you can continue to construct your links to NEJM using one of the following configurations:
- http://www.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/%VOLUME%/%ISSUE%/%SPAGE% OR
Print edition of NEJM: 0028-4793
Tax Identification Number
Owner and Publisher
Course Packs and Electronic Reserves
For printed course packs, institutions in the United States can obtain permission by contacting the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) in Danvers, Massachusetts. Institutions outside the United States should contact the appropriate Reproduction Rights Organization in their home country.
ISI Impact Factor
Annual Printed Pages
Content in CrossRef
NEJM Journal Watch does not deposit any content into CrossRef.
DOI Prefix/Publisher ID
Range of Content Online
JWatch.org: All content back to July 1987 is available as HTML.