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Remote Access

Remote access to Library resources 

HealthPathways offers clinicians locally agreed information to make the right decisions together with patients, at the point of care.  The pathways are designed primarily for general practice teams, but are also available to specialists, allied health professionals, and other health professionals in your region.   More ...

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.

Downtimes

External notices about planned maintenance.

Access to the Library during Construction

During construction access to the Library is via the front door of The Chalet. To access Chalet and the Learning & Teaching Centre (LTC) you will require a additional swipe card created by HR.  An application form is available here

Library hours:  8am - 10pm    |    Library phone:  03 57225286   |  library@nhw.org.au

Discovery Search

Research Open Library

Research Open Library - Thursdays 2-4 pm

Learn about current research, share ideas and get help with research needs in a relaxed environment with Dr Rowan O'Hagan, NHW's Research Development & Governance Officer

Thursdays 2 to 4 pm  (except last Thursday of the month)

Email or text ahead or just call into the Library.  To access the Chalet ring Julie or text Rowan when you arrive:    Rowan.O’Hagan@nhw.org.au  |   Mob: 0427 331 598   |  Julie:  03 5722 5286

The Library now provides access to the Springer Nature Medicine eBook Collection which comprises 9000+ books designed to provide clinically relevant information to all members of the patient-care team, an integral part of delivering first-rate, comprehensive care. These books will be of interest to academics and professionals in medicine and many related fields including internal medicine, dermatology, nursing, neurology, critical care, emergency medicine, psychiatry, urology, otolaryngology, and reproductive medicine. 

 Click here for more information and to search the Springer Nature Medicine eBook Collection 

A-Z of Databases

For a full list of Library databases, including CHC, Government and open access databases:

NHW Health Sciences Librarian

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Julie Day
Contact:
Email: Julie.Day@nhw.org.au
Phone: 03 57225286