These collections of the latest research are free:
Cochrane Library Special Collection - Coronavirus (COVID-19): infection control and prevention measures
Cochrane Library Special Collection - Coronavirus (COVID-19): evidence relevant to critical care
Oxford CEBM - COVID-19 Evidence Service
Oxford University Press - content from online resources and leading journals
The Lancet - COVID-19 Resource Centre
Public Health England - links to multiple official resources
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - COVID 19 information
UpToDate - COVID19 topic page
All articles and resources are freely available
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The Health Sciences Library regularly receives new issues of the print journals in our collection.
In the table below you can see the latest print journal issues that have arrived and are now available in the library for you to access.
|Annals of Internal Medicine||171||(08)||October||15th||2019|
|BMJ: British Medical Journal (Academic edition)||5||(10)||October||2019|
|Critical Care Medicine||47||(10)||October||2019|
|Intensive Care Medicine||45||(10)||October||2019|
|JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association||322||(18)||November||12th||2019|
|JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association||322||(17)||November||5th||2019|
|Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine||112||(09)||September||2019|
|Journal of thrombosis and haemostasis||17||(09)||September||2019|
|New England Journal of Medicine : NEJM||381||(20)||November||14th||2019|
Australian clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of atrial fibrillation 2018
Australian clinical guidelines for the management of heart failure 2018
The National Heart foundation of Australia & the Cardiac Society of ANZ have developed two clinical guidelines for to assist clinicians in caring for adult patients with atrial fibrillation and heart failure.
The full clinical guidelines are available in the journal Heart, Lung and Circulation:
NSW Clinical Guidelines: Treatment of Opioid Dependence 2018
NSW Health has developed these guidelines that seek to provide clinical guidance and policy direction for opioid treatment in NSW.
The guidelines aim to improve access to opioid treatment by:
These guidelines are intended for use in generalist health settings (for example primary care, hospital, clinic or community settings) as well as specialised drug and alcohol / opioid treatment clinics.
The Guideline can be accessed at: http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/aod/Pages/nsw-clinical-guidelines-opioid.aspx
For Library Members, PsychiatryOnline offers free access to a featured book DURING the current MONTH from the APPI bookstore.
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