For Library Members, PsychiatryOnline offers free access to a featured book DURING the current MONTH from the APPI bookstore.
Peter Yellowlees, MBBS, M.D.
Published by: American Psychiatric Association
While there is still ongoing disruption to our space, the library is definitely not closed. All of the library services and resources you know and love are still available.
The library can now be accessed via the front entrance again, with some additional PCs available again in the foyer.
You can borrow our books, you just can't browse them! Instead reserve online via the library catalogue and we will let you know when it is available to collect. Call or email if you are unsure.
Please note: Reserving books for mental health members (offsite) and Royal Park staff remains unchanged.
Books can be returned via the after-hours chute located at the front entrance to the library.
Limited study space and computer access is available in the carrels at the rear of the library and in computer Lab 1 (unless it is booked for training).
Lab 2 is still available for group bookings.
The meeting room is unavailable.
Please be aware, there may be noise from the vaccine hub. Unfortunately this is out of our control.
AFTER HOURS ACCESS
Access to the Library is via the Function Centre, follow the signs leading to the library.
The Function Centre doors should remain open until 8pm weeknights and 6pm weekends.
If doors are closed early, please contact Security.
CLINICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT
The printer and photocopier won’t be available during this period.
JOURNALS AND DATABASES
There is no change to online journals and databases. If you can’t find what you are looking for, our staff are still here to help.
For assistance with online resources:
Join the library or renew your membership using our online membership join/renew form.
You can also call us on 9342 8617 to renew your membership or update your details.
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.
|1||Annals of Internal Medicine||173||(01)||July||7th||2020|
|2||Annals of Internal Medicine||172||(12)||June||16th||2020|
|3||BMJ: British Medical Journal (Academic edition)||6||(08)||August||2020|
|5||International Journal of Birth and Parent Education||7||(04)||July||2020|
|6||International Journal of Birth and Parent Education||Suppl||July||2020|
|7||JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association||324||(03)||July||21st||2020|
|8||JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association||324||(04)||July||28th||2020|
|9||Journal of Clinical Psychiatry||81||(03)||May-June||2020|
|13||Leukemia and Lymphoma||61||(05-06)||May-June||2020|
|14||New England Journal of Medicine : NEJM||383||(04)||July||23rd||2020|
|15||New England Journal of Medicine : NEJM||383||(05)||July||30th||2020|
|16||New England Journal of Medicine : NEJM||383||(02)||July||9th||2020|
Having trouble finding relevant research evidence?
Doing a systematic or literature review?
Aim for the Goldilocks spot (just right!!) when finding articles with this introduction to Medline and other databases.
Our Clinical Librarians can help:
Assistance can be delivered by Webex or in person.
or phone 9342 8617
Streamline your systematic reviews...
New users - important information
To initially access Covidence you need to request an invitation to join. Applies first time only.
Guide to literature searching - an introduction to effective searching of Medline and other databases. How to use databases to find original articles, review and other evidence
Clinical and Research Support - information on how the library can support you. Includes information on doing systematic and literature reviews.
Copyright & Intellectual Property - introductory information on copyright and IP issues at work
Maintaining Current Awareness - ways to stay abreast of new research in your area of interest.
Health Literacy Staff Guide - information on incorporating health literacy principles into everyday practice.
Publishing Your Research - introductory information on considerations when publishing an article.
Critical Appraisal - information on how to interpret journal articles and other research. Includes links to useful tools and resources.
Nursing Portal - advice on how to find good clinical and research information for nurses.