New England Journal of Medicine
Lee Health clinicians and staff are eligible to receive free weekly content updates from The New England Journal of Medicine. There are a variety of bulletins and newsletters available, including:
Weekly Table of Contents - Free emails sent Wednesday, and once during the weekend, with links to articles published.
Recently Published - Immediate notification of articles published online ahead of the print issue.
Weekly Resident Briefing - Free email sent every Thursday with teaching topics from the week's issue.
Additionally, clinicians may now opt to receive free monthly alerts with links to the most recent articles published within select specialties:
You will find instructions on setting up your NEJM email and alert settings in the next section.
Medical staff and personnel may sign up for free emails and alerts from The New England Journal of Medicine called eTOCs (electronic table of contents).
Follow the steps below to get started:
Step 1. Using a hospital computer, open the Chrome web browser and go to NEJM.org
Step 2a. If you already created your personal NEJM account select "Sign In" from the top right corner and enter your username and password when prompted.
**Step 2b. If you do not have a personal account select "Create Account" and follow the instructions. Then return to Step 1.
Step 3. Click on your name in the top right corner and select "My Subscriptions" from the dropdown menu.
Step 4. Click on "Emails and Alerts" from the options on the left.
Step 5. Choose which bulletins you would like from the options under New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Catalyst.
Step 6. Sign out by clicking on your name in the top right corner.
Quick Notes about NEJM Accounts
1. Employees and physicians do not have to pay additional fees to access NEJM when their accounts have been paired with our institutional subscription.
2. For the accounts to be recognized under the institutional subscription, they need to register on a hospital computer with IntraLee access. These will be hospital computers that require a lee health sign-in or thin clients marked with EPIC. If access via CITRIX Access Gateway is available, they may use Internet Explorer within the CITRIX environment.
3. The pairing of the personal account lasts 180 days. After this period, users will need to sign in again from within the hospital’s network (or CITRIX) to receive a 180-day extension.
4. If a user subscribes to an electronic table of contents (eTOC) and the institutional pairing expires, they will still receive the eTOC, but the links to the articles will not grant full-text access.
5. To continue having full-text access via the eTOCs, users will need to pair their accounts again, as described in point 2. NEJM will reflect the change in the next scheduled eTOC. Until then, users can visit NEJM.org to access the article directly.
6. If the end-user does not have a personal account or has not subscribed to an eTOC and needs remote access to NEJM before visiting a Lee Health campus, they still have the option of using OpenAthens.