PsycARTICLES and ProQuest no longer available
The journal packages from PsycARTICLES and the ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection are no longer available after March 1, 2020. At UiO and OUS, we have had access to these journal packages through "Helsebiblioteket". Update as of March 23: The library has now set up the Get It Now service to access articles.
For 2020, cuts in the Health Library will affect the two journal packages PsycARTICLES and ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection. This means that these journal packages will no longer be available from March 1st. PsycARTICLES contains approx. 120 mental health journals. ProQuest is the largest package with over 4,000 journals, and covers a wide range of topics in medicine and health care.
The library can provide you with the articles
Update as of March 23:
The library has now set up the Get It Now service as a temporary solution to gain access to most APA articles. Search for current article in Oria. When you get the message / link "UiO can buy access to the article" click on this. Fill in your UiO email address and check "I agree ..." in the order form, click "Accept". The article will be sent to your email address shortly. (Remember to check the spam filter.)
If you need an article from one of the relevant journals, the library can order this for you. Go to Oria and search for the article. You can expand your search to include material beyond our library collections.
Log in with your username and password to order the item.
If you can't find the article, click on "CAN'T FIND IT?" in the top menu.
Fill in the details of the article you need. Feel free to provide a DOI number if you have it. Submit your order. We will then do our best to order the material and you will be notified by the library when the article is available. It may take some time before we receive articles as we order from abroad.
What is "Helsebiblioteket" (The Norwegian Electronic Health Library)?
The Norwegian Electronic Health Library is part of the Public Health Institute and receives its funds from the Ministry of Health and Care Services. The Norwegian Electronic Health Library provides access to medical databases and journals for the entire country, and UiO and OUS have access to various resources through these agreements.
Since 2016, the The Norwegian Electronic Health Library has had financial challenges due to price increases on purchased resources and a weak Norwegian krone. This has resulted in cuts in the offer.