Open Access Publishing support for Cambridge University Press Journals

February 8, 2022

Dahlgren Memorial Library has further expanded Open Access publishing support by participating in a Read and Publish agreement with Cambridge University Press (CUP). This agreement will waive article processing charges (APCs) for authors wishing to publish open access articles that meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be original research—eligible article types are research articles, review articles, rapid communications, brief reports, and case reports.
  • Be accepted for publication in a CUP journal covered by the agreement

Georgetown University Medical Center authors should state their affiliation with Georgetown University Medical Center when submitting a paper and within their ORCID profile to benefit from this agreement. The email address used with the submission must be an @georgetown.edu or @gunet.georgetown.edu address.

Below are just some of the health sciences titles that are included in this agreement.

British Journal of Nutrition
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
Cardiology in the Young
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
Epidemiology & Infection
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
Journal of Laryngology & Otology
Journal of Nutritional Science
Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice
Nutrition Research Reviews
Palliative & Supportive Care
Public Health Nutrition
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care
Visual Neuroscience

More details can be found in the DML Open Access Research Guide.
For any additional questions about Open Access support please email: dmlresources@georgetown.edu
For research help: Ask a DML Librarian


DML Services – President’s Day

February 8, 2022

In observance of President’s Day Holiday
on Monday, February 21, 2022,
All DML services will be unavailable.


24/7 Holds Lockers

February 8, 2022

The 24/7 holds lockers are now available to patrons for DML owned books placed on hold and document delivery books. Once you place a request for a book, you will be notified when to pick up the book along with instructions on accessing the book in the locker and the due date.

Please look at further instructions on how to place a hold on a DML owned book.

The 24/7 holds lockers are not for storing personal items.

Please contact the Information Services Desk staff for further assistance: 202-687-1448, dmlcirculation@georgetown.edu.


Update: ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing Access Issues

February 7, 2022

2/7/22  Update:  The ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing access issues have been resolved.  If you continue to encounter issues with the ClinicalKey links found on the DML website, please clear your browser cache  and try again.

Additional Questions?  Email dmlresources@georgetown.edu


ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing are currently experiencing access issues. After logging in correctly, you may not be able to read one of the books or journals hosted on one of these platforms.

Both Elsevier, the publisher and OpenAthens, the authentication vendor, are working to resolve this problem that impacts not just DML but many subscribers.

As a workaround, please use the ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing links posted on the Databases A to Z list and/or listed below. After logging in, navigate to the book or journal you wish to read.

ClinicalKey

ClinicalKey for Nursing