The Library adds ten new digital journals from prestigious publishers and professional associationsSubject: Multidisciplinary07/04/21
The new academic publications cover a range of subjects, such as telemedicine, developmental psychology, art criticism and occupational safety in nursing.
The Library's collection is constantly updated with new journals, books and collections specializing in the UOC's various fields of study, allowing it to meet the university community's information needs. Its most recent additions include the electronic Spanish books platform eLibro and the latest journals from the Nature group.
Ten new publications have just been added. All their content is submitted to a quality control process (peer review), they cover specialist subjects and are published by prestigious international organizations such as Oxford University Press or acclaimed professional associations.
This journal covers the recent history of Britain and is published by Oxford University Press. Its articles analyze a broad spectrum of events subsequent to the death of Queen Victoria. Its most consulted papers include studies on social movements, the role of women in the post-war period and the digitization of archives.
This publication covers the study of aesthetics and all branches of the arts with a marked interdisciplinary approach that connects it with fields such as philosophy and science. It was created in the 1940s by the American Society for Aesthetics.
This specialist journal on nursing patients with cardiovascular diseases promotes evidence-based clinical practice. It is an official journal of the Association of Cardiovascular Nursing & Allied Professions (ACNAP). One of its most consulted studies is on the relationship between the number of nursing professionals and patient development.
To what extent are aging patterns attributable to biological or psychological factors? This journal answers questions like this and focuses on psychological and social studies on aging and the elderly. Its subject matter includes strategies to handle stress and the impact of friendship on different age groups.
This journal provides excellent coverage of developments in telemedicine and eHealth, which are currently enjoying a boom period. It includes research and a specific section on technological advances. It is the official journal of various international eHealth organizations, such as the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH).
The official publication of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN). It is a scientific nursing journal whose purpose is to promote research into the difficulties facing healthcare professionals in their everyday work.
This academic publication focuses on the specific subject of music education. It is published by the American National Association for Music Education (NAfME). One of its most popular articles is on the subject of distance learning in music.
This academic journal provides a forum for researchers in a wide range of disciplines to share their experience in the management of chronic illness. Its studies focus on health sciences and psychology.
This journal was first published in 1996 and since then it has covered developments in state-of-the-art therapeutic approaches for cardiovascular diseases.
It features articles on occupational therapy and related fields in psychology and the social and health sciences. It is published by the American Occupational Therapy Association.
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