Re: Link Resolver Links in National Library of Medicine - UKPubMed Central
I've been getting some very funny results from the link resolver over the past couple of days. UK Pubmed Central links not going anywhere but also some Proquest and Highwire links going to the wrong title. I haven't got round to reporting it because I wanted to do a few tests to make sure what was happening.
Beverley Hixon
Deputy Librarian
Wexham Park Hospital
Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals
NHS Foundation Trust
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From: UK medical/ health care library community / information workers [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bayliss, Janet
Sent: 21 April 2010 15:55
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Subject: Re: Link Resolver Links in National Library of Medicine - UKPubMed Central

Dear All,
Has anyone been experiencing problems with Link Resolver links that say "Available from National Library of Medicine in UK PubMed Central"?  I have just asked NHS Evidence about it as none of our links from My Journals seem to work.

With thanks

Janet Bayliss
Assistant Librarian
Library & Learning Resources
Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
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