Groundbreaking research from the New England Journal of Medicine that has stood the test of time — on Ovid and

Archival resources offer a valuable chronology of the theories and discoveries that underpin today’s healthcare practices and inform future innovations. NEJM Archive, a collection of New England Journal of Medicine issues published since the inaugural 1812 issue, is a vital resource for physicians, nurses, educators, research scientists, residents, and students. They’ll find the foundations of current surgical techniques, the evolution of modern treatments, and more. NEJM Archive, together with the current content from the New England Journal of Medicine and other NEJM Group publications, is available online to institutions via the Ovid platform. Subscribers have access to content on both Ovid and
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Key features:

  • Access to over 150,000 articles from 8,657 issues of NEJM published 1812-1944 and 1945-1989
  • Original research from world-renowned, pioneering scientists and clinical experts
  • High-resolution text plus clean, easy-to-read images and photos
  • Single-query cross-searching with current NEJM issues as well as all other Ovid subscriptions
  • Dual access on BOTH Ovid and, with easy linking between platforms
  • Precise, natural-language searching for quick information discovery
  • Time-saving results management, sharing, and annotation tools
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