Overview| What you need to know| What's New| Frequently Asked Questions


Overview

On February 1, 2020, customers who subscribe to the Nursing & Allied Health Database will be auto-upgraded to the new Nursing & Allied Health Premium at no additional cost. If your library accesses Nursing & Allied Health Database through the Health Research Premium, ProQuest Central or ProQuest One Academic this change does not impact you, although we will be removing out-of-date video content that is not as useful to users. 

Here's what you need to know:

Nursing & Allied Health Premium provides your library with a unique value. In a single user experience, your users will find the periodical and video content they need to advance their nursing or allied health studies. Here's a summary of what's new.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is ProQuest launching Nursing & Allied Health Premium?
ProQuest is listening to customers and improving our products so they better meet the needs of remote instruction and fit seamlessly into end user workflows . By investing in its nursing products, ProQuest is furthering its commitment to academic libraries and their constituencies.

What will happen to the Nursing & Allied Health Database when Nursing & Allied Premium launches?
Nursing & Allied Health Database will no longer be available for new sales and all existing stand-alone customers will be auto-upgraded to Nursing & Allied Health Premium, where they will get automatic access to over 350 clinical nursing skills videos and the new discipline specific UX at no additional cost.

The Nursing & Allied Health Database will continue to be included as part of the Health Research Premium Collection, ProQuest Central, and ProQuest One Academic. In addition, on July 1, 2021 all MedCom clips within the Nursing & Allied Health Database will be removed, these clips are out of date and not supported by current best practice.

My library subscribes to the Nursing & Allied Health Database, how do we upgrade to Nursing & Allied Health Premium?
Your account will be automatically upgraded at no additional cost to Nursing & Allied Health Premium on February 1, 2021. As noted above, your billing, pricing and renewal information will stay the same.

If your library access Nursing & Allied Health Database as part of Health Research Premium or ProQuest Central, and you’d like to upgrade to Nursing & Allied Health Premium, please contact your account manager.

Will links from A to Z lists or faculty reading lists continue to work when customers are switched to Nursing & Allied Health Premium? How does Nursing & Allied Health Premium work in discovery services and link resolvers?
As is standard process we are providing Nursing & Allied Health Premium records to Ex Libris for indexing in Summon and Primo. In addition, all records can be previewed without authentication on the open web. To access the full text or video users can authenticate using their institutional credentials. 

Will I see any changes in my usage reports?
Yes, beginning on February 1, your usage reports will reflect the new product name, Nursing & Allied Health Premium – for ongoing and prior usage.

Global Support

ProQuest offers best-in-class customer service and technical support, so you can hit the ground running. If the above information does not answer your questions feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist.