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Journal Holdings (Titles J-Z)

Last Update: 4/29/2014

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A courtesy listing of our current print holdings for use of staff and Massachusetts Inter-Library Loan Personnel.  Go to LGH electronic journals.

JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association

2005-2007

0098-7484

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume

2005-2007

0021-9355

Storage

 

 

2008-2009

 

Library

 

Journal of Emergency Nursing

2005—

0099-1767

Library (Nursing)

 

Journal of Family Practice

2005-2007

0094-3509

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery

2005-2007

1067-2516

Storage

 

 

2008-2009

 

Library

 

Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery

2005-2007

1091-255X

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Neonatal Nursing

2005—

0884-2175

Library (Nursing)

 

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

2012—April 2013

 

Library

Starts May of 2012

Journal of Pediatrics

2005-2007

0022-3476

Storage

 

 

2008-2009

 

Library

 

Journal of Professional Nursing

2005—

8755-7223

Library (Nursing)

 Jan., Feb. 2010 missing

Journal of the American College of Cardiology

2005-2007

0735-1097

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Journal of the American College of Surgeons

2005-2007

1072-7515

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Journal of Urology

2005-2007

0022-5347

Storage

 

 

2008-2010

 

Library

 

Lancet

2005-2007

0140-6736

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

MCN

2005—

0361-929X

Library (Nursing)

 

Medical Clinics of North America

2005-2007

0025-7125

Storage

 Jan. 2003 only

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Medical Letter

2004-2006

0025-732X

Storage

 

 

2007—

 

Library

 

Medicine on the Net

2005

1085-3502

Storage

 

Neurology

2005-2007

0028-3878

Storage

 

 

2008-2010

 

Library

 

New England Journal of Medicine

2005-2007

0028-4793

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Nursing

2005

0360-4039

Library (Nursing)

 

Nursing Clinics of North America

2005—

0029-6465

Library (Nursing)

 

Nursing for Women’s Health (formerly AWHONN Lifelines)

2007—

1751-4851

Library (Nursing)

 

Obstetrics and Gynecology

2005-2007

0029-7844

Storage

Jan.-Jul. 2001

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Oncology Nursing Forum

2005—

0190-535X

Library (Nursing)

 

         

 

Pain Digest

2005-2006

0938-9016

Storage

 

 

2007-2008

 

Library

Ceased publication

Pediatric Clinics of North America

2005-2007

0031-3955

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Pediatric Nursing

2005—

0097-9805

Library (Nursing)

 

Pediatrics

2005-2007

0031-4005

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Postgraduate Medicine

2005

0032-5481

Storage

 

Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society

2005

1546-3222

Storage

Linked to Am J Resp Crit Care Med-- no longer offered as part of subscription

 

2006-2010

 

Library

 

Radiology

2006-2007

0033-8419

Storage

 

 

2008--

 

Library

 

RN

2005-2009

0033-7021

Library (Nursing)

Discontinued by publisher

Seminars in Oncology

2011—

0093-7754

Library

 

Seminars in Ultrasound CT and MRI

2005-2006

0887-2171

Storage

 

 

2007-2010

 

Library

 

Sleep

2005-2007

0161-8105

Storage

 

 

2008-2010

 

Library

 

Spine

2005-2006

0362-2436

Storage

 

 

2007-2009

 

Library

 

Surgery

2005-2007

0039-6060

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Surgical Clinics of North America

2005-2007

0039-6109

Storage

Jan. issue 2002

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Transfusion

2005-2007

0041-1132

Storage

 

 

2008—

 

Library

 

Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine

2005-2009

1066-2936

Library

 

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