The National Union List of Journals (NULJ) is a co-operative document supply scheme allowing libraries to share journal articles under copyright law and the NHS copyright licence. The NULJ scheme covers all aspects of health related journals.
The basis of the scheme is that articles are supplied between member libraries by reciprocal agreement.READ MORE
The NULJ website is for healthcare libraries who want to request articles for their users that they do not hold. By doing this we are supporting the research, clinical practice and educational activities of healthcare organisation, especially the NHS.
The annual membership fee depends on how many journals libraries list as part of the scheme. Prices can be found on the 'Join NULJ' page but they all offer exceptional value.
NULJ began in 1987 and by 1996 there were 102 member libraries and 436 listed journal titles. Originally launched for nursing journals, NULJ now covers all aspects of healthcare and has continued to grow. The scheme is run by UHL Libraries & Information Services, the library service at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.READ MORE