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For staff at, Ambulatory Care, Public Health, Donate Life.

COVID Update

All NMHS staff working at : Ambulatory Care, Public Health, Donate Life and Sir Charles Gairdner Osborne Park Health Care Group Hospital Library in Perth, Western Australia 

24 / 7 swipe card access to Library to all staff for work and research. Physical distancing guidelines must be followed, 1 person per desk 

We continue to provide all library services including document delivery, literature search and EndNote support and training.
 

Access to online library resources is available onsite and offsite on any device by using your WA Health network login by linking to    https://scgophlibrary.health.wa.gov.au/home

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Library Catalogue​ (print and electronic resources)


         
         
 


Using the Library's Google Scholar filter. This will link you to the full-text of items if available via the Library's journal subscriptions

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   Article search

PsycInfo, Embase, Emcare, Medline

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   Article search

  

Need Assistance: Contact Us

24 / 7 swipe card access to all staff 

SCGH, E Block, Level 1, Room 229   
T: (08) 6457 4143

~ Library staff are on site Monday - Friday

~Email us for queries or to book appointment: library.scgh@health.wa.gov.au 

~Training session request complete the form: Training request


IT assistance 13 44 77 
7:30am - 5:00pm (Mon - Fri)

Other Resources

Standards Australia

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