Links to Resources
SW NSW Health Libraries COVID-19 Update.
Keep in contact with the Librarians using the email details below. We plan to continue to respond to your requests for literature searches, information and copies of journal articles.
Staffing arrangements in other libraries may impact on the timeliness in the delivery of some resources and in many cases books loans may not be available.
The Request an Article link on the left hand side of this screen delivers to your health service librarian in MLHD, SNSWLHD, AWH. This also applies to the CIAP Document Request form.
Existing loans are being extended, and if we’ve ‘missed’ extending your loans, please contact us.
Online resources from CIAP include medicines information, mobile apps, books, journal papers, databases and other clinical information https://www.ciap.health.nsw.gov.au/
Register at CIAP from the NSW health network to gain access from home and other networks.
Other sources of highly relevant and accessible literature,
To retrieve free full text articles of the highest quality, to give you ready access to the whole publication, try selecting your topic from the list in the CareSearch PubMed page.
CareSearch also have a comprehensive list of COVID-19 resources and online training education specifically for health professionals working in palliative care and in palliative care aged care.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Care.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet COVID-19 Updates and Information as they become available.
NACCHO Aboriginal Health News Alerts Posters, videos, state level contacts, information.
Aboriginal Health Council of WA. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Toolkit Useful links resources.
UpToDate COVID-19 Topic outline.
BMJ Best Practice Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) providing succinct details of diagnostic factors and investigations.
LitCovid 'is a curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel Coronavirus ... in PubMed. The articles are updated daily and are further categorized by different research topics and geographic locations'.
Oxford COVID-19 Evidence Service. (Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine) Rapid reviews on COVID-19 related clinical questions. This is a question from 23rd March: Are there any evidence-based ways of assessing dyspnoea (breathlessness) by telephone or video?
Cochrane Library. Coronavirus (COVID-19) evidence relevant to critical care
Medical Journal of Australia. Online first.
Consensus statement: Safe Airway Society principles of airway management and tracheal intubation specific to the COVID-19 adult patient group. David J Brewster, et al. Med J Aust. published online:16 March 2020.
Managing haematology and oncology patients during the COVID-19 pandemic: interim consensus guidance.
Robert Weinkove, et al. Med J Aust. published online:20 March 2020.
Early clinical response to a high consequence infectious disease outbreak at the Royal Melbourne Hospital Emergency Department – insights from COVID-19. Amanda Rojek, et al. Med J Aust. published online:16 March 2020.
COVID-19 precautions – easier said than done when patients are homeless. Lisa Wood, Andrew Davies and Zana Khan. Med J Aust. published online:16 March 2020.
Make contact with your health librarian to discuss the many expert searches that are being undertaken on aspects of COVID-19.
Albury Base Hospital, AWH. Phone 6058 4588 email@example.com
Goulburn Base Hospital, SNSWLHD. Phone 4827 3145 SNSWLHD-LibraryServices@health.nsw.gov.au
Wagga Wagga Base Hospital, MLHD. Phone 5943 2425 firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication: Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Physiotherapy Association, National Neurology Group, 2010. . v, 242 p. ; 30 cm. ISBN: 1875107134
Publication: Melbourne Monash Health 2018 21 ISBN: 0994158017
You can search the catalogue without a password.
Contact your library to apply for a password to place holds or access additional features of the catalogue.