DynaMed Plus™ is the clinical reference tool that clinicians go to for answers. Content is written by a world-class team of physicians who synthesize the evidence and provide objective analysis.
This resource can support you with up-to-date information to help you make decisions at the point of care.
Available on any PC
You can access Dynamed Plus via any PC or Laptop within the hospital. Please visit the intranet to access Dynamed Plus within the hospital.
If you are off site you should login into Dynamed Plus with your OpenAthens account
If you would like the mobile app on your own tablet or mobile phone please download the app from the app store and email the library at:
with your email address. EBSCO will send you a link to activate the app. Please follow the instructions in the email closely.
Dynamed plus is not compatible with IE7.
This link will give you all of the information to assist with the different features available within Dynamed Plus.
Why it is important
To assess a patients needs you will need to have information in a clear, and easy to read format. Dynamed Plus offers this for thousands of medical topics, so with one quick search you can have all the necessary information needed for a particular medical condition.
DynaMed Plus is Unique
Most clinical information resources are online textbooks written by experts who make recommendations based on opinion and experience, rather than on empirical evidence. DynaMed Plus is different. It’s a tool that has been developed by a community of clinicians who synthesize the evidence and provide objective analysis in an easily-digestible format, with thousands of images to help answer clinical questions
Why do NHS staff members love using Dynamed Plus
At Dynamed Plus we understand the importance of making sure we have the information needed for NHS workers, this includes the below
- UK guidelines for all medical topics, include guidelines from NICE.
- BNF drug information
- Earn Continuing Medical Education credits (CME). Dynamed is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners as an educational activities provider.
- Alerts when topics are updated – this is excellent for NHS staff who have a specialised subject areas such as Mental Health.