Resource Toolkit

Find downloadable resources to help raise awareness of your site license within your institution, including logos and other library marketing tools. You can also download and share guides to help make your patrons and staff more knowledgeable about our online products. Finally, request access to view reports and multimedia of interest to the health care community.

NEJM

Marketing Kit – NEJM

Use these downloadable resources to promote awareness of your NEJM.org subscription to your patrons.

Interview with NEJM Editor-in-Chief Eric Rubin. M.D., Ph.D.

Interview with Eric Rubin, MD, PhD, editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, about Covid-19 and its impact on publishing.

NEJM Institutional Remote Access – How to create a free NEJM.org account

Encourage your patrons to create or sign in to their free NEJM.org account while within your organization’s network for remote access to your NEJM site license subscription.

IP Registry Integration for NEJM.org

All IP changes are now managed through theIPRegistry.org. Please visit theIPRegistry.org to register as a user and verify or update your IPs. The use of this service is free for libraries and will enable you to communicate IP changes not only to NEJM but also to other publishers with whom you work with.

If you have questions about theIPregistry.org, you may find them answered here. If you haven’t yet activated your account on the IP Registry, you can sign up here.

Learn more about the IPRegistry’s hassle-free IP address registration and updating for access authentication in the attached guides.

NEJM.org: A Guide for Institutional Administrators

Learn how to set up and manage an administrator account, run usage reports, and add branding and link resolvers to support a site license subscription to NEJM.org.

NEJM.org INSTITUTIONAL REMOTE ACCESS announcement

Your NEJM.org institution site license subscription now includes an easy remote-access option. With the addition of this benefit, patrons can access NEJM.org beyond your network institutional IP range – anytime, anywhere, and from any device.

 

How to Use NEJM.org in Teaching and Learning

This booklet explains online resources available at NEJM.org to support teaching, presentations, and clinical learning.

NEJM.org proxy server brochure

On April 30, 2018 the NEJM.org website migrated from HTTP to HTTPS hosting to increase online security. Maintaining remote access through a URL rewriting proxy server such as III WAM or OCLC EZproxy will require configuration changes.

Understanding Google Scholar CASA

CASA (Campus Activated Subscriber Access) is a free enhancement that enables seamless off-site and mobile access to your institution’s subscribed content. IP-authenticated access is required.

Key Features of Your NEJM.org Site License: A Quick Guide

Learn about the many features of your NEJM site license, including teaching tools and how to stay connected.

NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery

Marketing Kit – NEJM Catalyst

Use these downloadable resources to promote awareness of your NEJM Catalyst subscription to your patrons

Interview with Tom Lee, M.D., M.Sc.

Interview with Tom Lee, MD, MSc, editor-in-chief of NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery on changes in health care delivery now and in the future.

NEJM Catalyst Remote Access – How to create a free catalyst.nejm.org account

Encourage your patrons to create or sign in to their free NEJM Catalyst account while within your organization’s network for remote access to your NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery site license subscription

NEJM Catalyst: A Guide for Institutional Administrators

Learn how to set up and manage an administrator account, run usage reports, and add branding and link resolvers to support a site license subscription to NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery.

NEJM Journal Watch

A Clinical Conversation with Paul Sax, MD

Interview with Paul Sax, MD, contributing editor of NEJM Journal Watch Infectious Diseases about Covid-19 research and why it’s essential to keep current.

JWatch.org proxy server brochure

On November 8, 2017, the JWatch.org website changed hosts and migrated from HTTP to HTTPS to increase online security. Maintaining remote access through a URL rewriting proxy server such as III WAM or OCLC EZproxy will require configuration changes.

Additional Resources

Request access to e-books, reports and videos to increase your understanding of issues and best practices in health care delivery and medical information.

Additional Resources

“Notable Articles of 2019” from the New England Journal of Medicine

An exclusive collection of 10 significant studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine from the past year as selected by NEJM editors

“Guideline Watch 2019” from NEJM Journal Watch

Summaries and highlights of the most important new clinical guidelines to inform your practice.

Physicians’ Trust in Medical Journals – 2018 Survey

Find out which medical journals physicians in 9 specialties trust most for learning and being clinically prepared.

NEJM Journal Watch: Practice-Changing Research 2018

NEJM Journal Watch presents 13 research summaries that will directly impact how clinicians practice medicine and treat patients

The Critical Role of Clinical Leaders: Transforming Care Today and Tomorrow

In this new ebook from NEJM Catalyst, you will discover actionable data and read firsthand accounts from clinical leaders about steering healthcare organizations towards successful transformation.

Redefining Health Care Delivery – Improvement, Innovation, and Value

A collection of original content from NEJM Catalyst including insights on free-standing emergency departments, patient engagement, and care redesign.

Redefining Health Care Delivery – Insights, Ideas, and Practical Applications

A collection of original content from NEJM Catalyst highlighting ideas for improving health care delivery.

“Clinical Examination of the Shoulder”: a Video in Clinical Medicine from NEJM.org

View this 12-minute procedural video to learn about shoulder anatomy and common injuries and obtaining a patient history and see  detailed instruction on how to perform a physical examination of the shoulder.

Access to over 70 peer-reviewed videos is a benefit of a site license subscription.  These videos help students, trainees, and even more experienced physicians learn by watching an actual demonstration of a procedure.