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The Mounsey Library provides Library Services to support the clinical, research and education needs of staff & students of Northeast Health Wangaratta & the Department of Rural Health, University of Melbourne, & affiliated health professionals.

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NSQHS Standards - Live Literature Searches

A group of Australian Health Librarians have developed search strategies for PubMed for the NSQHS Standards, You can access them from here.

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NHW staff can access Library resources using an Athens userID and password - Login to Athens here.  

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COVID -19

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Library will deliver an online/virtual library reference service and will maintain access to online resources for the duration of this outbreak.  The physical Library collection and computers are accessible to staff 24 hours for research and study using the door code (contact the Librarian).   Julie.Day@nhw.org.au     |     Mob: 0409572528

Information, Education & Training Resources relating to COVID-19 are available here. 

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New Books

Oh's Intensive Care Manual

EBSCO eBooks

This e-book collection includes more than 600 e-books designed for use by Nursing and Allied Health staff and students in hospitals. Includes clinical guides, and evidence-based practice manuals, practical handbooks and professional growth titles. To search the eBook database contents click here.  To browse the book titles use the Library catalogue

NHW Health Sciences Librarian

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Julie Day
Contact:
Providing a Virtual Library Service during COVID-19
Email: Julie.Day@nhw.org.au
Mob: 0409572820
Ph: 03 57225286

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