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NHW Library: Forms

Library Forms


  • Article Request Form  Use this form to request a journal article when you do not have access to the full text.


  • Literature Search Request Form  - The Librarian is available to conduct a literature search on a topic related to patient care for clinicians or for NHW research projects. Either download and submit this form to the Librarian, or preferably make a time to discuss your literature needs.   Generally it is expected that students conduct their own literature searches as part of their learning. However, the Librarian can guide you towards the best resources and  provide training on searching strategies. – please organise a time with the Librarian if you wish to undertake a search together.  [Download]


  • Literature Searching Strategy Planner - This form may help you work through your ideas and enable you to be more systematic in developing your search strategy, which will lead you to information that is more relevant to your needs. [Download]


NOTE: A 'Systematic Review' can only be undertaken in collaboration with researchers and will take several weeks or months to complete.


  • Table of Content (TOC) Alert Request Form  - Email alerts can be set up for most journals. You can receive an email of the table of contents with embedded links to the articles each time a new issue of a particular journal has been published. If NHW has access to the full text you will be able to save or print the .pdf. If the full text is not available, email the citation to the Librarian and the .pdf will be sourced from elsewhere and emailed back to you. This is a great way to stay up to date with the latest content from your favourite journals within your particular field of research or interest.. [Download]


Search our journals by title in the Publication Finder


undefinedAny Questions?

Please contact the Librarian, Julie Day  |  email:  |  mob:  0409572820