Sure we can, but have you tried searching the journals database first? The article you want may be available for download immediately.
If you don't find what you want there, then you can submit a Document Delivery request. There is a small charge per item, and we'll have your article within a couple of days (or sometimes on the same day).
Yes! Come to the Library front desk and ask to borrow the disk. Available for PC and Mac. Requires a valid Library card. Join the Library now.
Sign up for an OpenAthens remote access account.
Use the email address you signed up with, along with your password, to log in. You will find your username in the original activation email you received after registering, or contact us and we will retrieve it for you.
Usually this means that the account was not activated within 30 days of registering. Contact us and we'll send you a new activation email.
West building, Level 1, part of the Health Education and Learning Precinct. Access via the stairs in Main Street or take the yellow lifts.
Access is for all those in possession of a hospital ID; swipe at the front or rear door to enter and exit. Items must not be removed from the Library after hours.
Yes. Charges apply for printing and photocopying; scanning to email is free. You need either a department PIN, or use the "Create a personal printing account" icon on the desktop of every Library computer to set up a personal account (personal account is cash only). Ask Library staff for more details.
See Fact Sheet no.1: Databases and planning a search for more information about database content and a sample search to get you started.
Contact the Library manager with suggestions or feedback about the Library collection.
See Library membership.
Medical students: two items from the Medical Student collection (denoted by a yellow spot on the spine) PLUS two items from the Main Collection PLUS two DVDs, for one week; these items are not renewable, but you may place holds.
These items are only available during business hours. Ask Library staff for access.
We no longer keep newspapers.
Yes. See how to get institutional access.