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JOHN HUNTER LIBRARY BRANCH TEMPORARILY CLOSED

HNE Health Libraries John Hunter branch will be temporarily closed to users from Monday 15th March 2021. The library space is being used for the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination for Health staff. However access to theJH library is still be available. We have set up a click and collect’ service so you can request books

During this period of closure you can still contact JH staff if you need library support. Phone: 4921 3779  Email  Website
If you need training or research assistance? Use our training request form

ALL OTHER BRANCHES are OPEN as normal – Find out LOCATION and ACCESS details Here

 

UPDATE: HNE HEALTH LIBRARIES JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

Due to budget constraints HNE Health Library Service hasn’t been able to renew the following journal subscriptions for 2021.

 

Age and ageing (OUP) Evidence based Nursing (BMJ) Journal of the National Cancer Institute (OUP)
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (BMJ) Heart (BMJ) Journal of Tthoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (Elsevier)
Archives of Disease in Childhood (BMJ) International Journal of Gynecological Cancer (BMJ) Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology (Elsevier)
BJR: British Journal of Radiology (Wiley) Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety (Elsevier) Postgraduate Medical Journal (BMJ)
BMJ Case Reports Journal of Clinical Pathology (BMJ) Regional Anesthesia & Pain Management (BMJ)
BMJ Evidence-based Medicine Journal of Medical Ethics (BMJ) Rheumatology (OUP)
BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Journal of Medical Genetics (BMJ) Schizophrenia bulletin (OUP)
British Journal of Anaesthesia (Elsevier) Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry (BMJ) Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine (Elsevier)
Chest (Elsevier) Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Elsevier) Sleep (OUP)
Clinical Infectious Diseases (OUP) Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare (Sage) Thorax (BMJ)
European Heart Journal (OUP) Journal of the American College of Cardiology (Elsevier)  

 

OUP: Oxford University Press; BMJ: British Medical Journals; Elsevier, Sage & Wiley Publishers of scientific journals

REGISTER FOR EVIDENCE ALERTS

HNE Health Library Service subscribes to ACCESSSS Smart Search, provided by McMaster University. (Library membership is required.for access)

McMaster aim to provide a "one-stop" access point for preappraised evidence to support your clinical decisions
Features include the ‘Hit Parade’ (most read articles in all disciplines, in the past 30 days).

If you want to stay up-to-date with current best evidence for clinical care register for Evidence Alerts

Alerts can be tailored to your individual interest profile and you decide how often to receive them. Each alert includes clinical ratings, comments and electronic links to full-text access options.

 

 

ONLINE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW COURSE

HNE Health Librarian, Angela Smith, collaborated with Dr Kerith Duncanson (HETI) to create this selfpaced series that leads you through the systematic review process.

It covers study selection, data extraction, and writing up of a review for publication, to inform policy, or health service practice. Intended for clinician and health service researchers,particularly those who have not conducted a literature review previously

This course may also be suited to some undergraduate or higher degree research students.

HNE Health Librarians have contributed to many recent reviews on key health issues, including this rapid realist review: "Librarian co-authors correlated with higher quality reported search strategies in general internal medicine systematic reviews.” co-authored by HNE Health Libraries’ Angela Smith.

We can improve your review by being part of your research team. Contact us If you’d like to take full advantage of this valuable staff resource.

 

ADD HNE HEALTH LIBRARIES TO YOUR 2021 SCHEDULE

HNE Health Libraries would like to remind those of you who are planning for 2021 that our staff have a wealth of experience and knowledge in areas such as :-
Accessing information resources
Literature searching
Using the databases provided via CIAP
Additional resources such as TRIP and Access Smart Search available via HNE Health Libraries

We can assist with Reference Management (using Endnote) for those undertaking research projects, studying, or just wanting to keep track of articles they have read.
Including a training session tailored to your group or individual needs. It is as simple as following this link or giving HNE Health Libraries a call

 

ARE YOU A REGISTERED HNE HEALTH LIBRARIES USER?

HNE Health Libraries use an authentication system to access the Libraries’ online resources. The system—OpenAthens—requires everyone to logon to the resources from both inside the HNE Health network and offsite. To logon to the Libraries’ online resources, you use your library membership details.
Your username is the barcode on your library membership card.

To join the library, and gain immediate access to online resources, please complete the registration form.


Once logged into the HNE Health Libraries’ site, you can access our subscribed content: eBooks, eJournals, &eResources.

 

eResources include Australian Standards Online, Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs, Stahl online & much more.

 


USING ENDNOTE ONLINE TO ORGANISE YOUR RESEARCH

EndNote allows you to organise references into a personal database
References can be exported directly from electronic resources (eg. via CIAP), or you can create bibliographies, and insert references from your EndNote library into documents you are writing, in a referencing style of your choice.

EndNote basic is available free online after completion of registration

View a tutorial on the Library’s website