Through the partnership, institutional online subscribers to NEJM Group journals will be able to access their subscriber content both on NEJM Group sites and on the Ovid® medical research platform. Spanning over 150 publishers and more than 100 specialty areas, Ovid serves as the powerful, one-stop research software to help researchers, librarians, clinicians, and other healthcare professionals find timely and relevant medical information to make critical decisions to improve patient care, enhance ongoing research, and fuel new discoveries. With the addition of the NEJM Group titles, Ovid users will be able to search and access the best research and information at the intersection of biomedical science and clinical practice, supporting improved patient care and clinical outcomes.
The partnership builds on a strong foundation that has been fortified over many years of collaboration and a shared vision for the future of healthcare. Both NEJM Group and Wolters Kluwer maintain the highest standards for curation and peer review, and both support increased access to data and research globally. NEJM Group content around matters of public health importance, such as Covid-19, will continue to be available for free.
NEJM Group publications that will be distributed to institutions via Wolters Kluwer include: The New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Evidence, NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery, and NEJM Journal Watch.
As a result of this distribution agreement, Wolters Kluwer Health Learning, Research & Practice will account for NEJM Group digital subscription revenues and related costs. The agreement has a positive but immaterial impact on the consolidated earnings of the Wolters Kluwer group.
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