Dear Ovid Subscriber:
As a LWW Total Access subscriber, you’re already familiar with the value of LWW journals—comprehensive, prestigious, and peer reviewed. Now, with our new LWW Journal Legacy Archive, you can fill out your LWW collection with historical literature that complements your current resources.
Archival resources illustrate the development of pioneering research that has provided the foundation for today’s healthcare practices and techniques. What are the origins of current techniques in open heart surgery? How did modern cancer and diabetes treatments evolve?
Available on Journals@Ovid in November, the LWW Journal Legacy Archive includes backfiles from more than 200 journals in everything from nursing and infectious disease to cardiology and surgery. Coverage spans Volume 1, Issue 1 through the final issue of 1999, for each journal. Plus:
Quick, electronic access to more than 3 million pages— Approximately 35,000 unique issues with more than 800,000 articles of original research, reviews, notes, letters, case studies, and images
A savings of more than one mile (1.6 kilometers) of shelf space – Free up space for maintaining print holdings in your institution
Hard-to-find, pioneering literature from Nobel Prize winners and other renowned innovators
Full integration with Journals@Ovid—search Total Access and the Legacy Archive simultaneously for comprehensive results
Clear, easy-to-read pdf pages include text and images, such as photos, illustrations, and charts
Site-license access, for a cost-effective option
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Make a single one-time purchase of this unique “library-in-a-box” by December 15, 2006 and save 10% - plus, you won’t have to pay the maintenance fee for two years. Sign up today!