This site is for use of staff employed by the South and East Metropolitan Health Services in Perth, Western Australia. Access is limited to EMHS and SMHS staff in order to comply with publisher licence agreements.
It is an internet site, staff using it outside of the WA Health network login with your usual network credentials.
Staff of other WA Health Services can access their own library's website via the WA Health Libraries Network (WAHLiN).
The Library allows students on placement with EMHS or SMHS sites to borrow whilst on placement and walk-in access is available to online resources. No external access is available to online resources for students due to subscription licence agreements.
Medical observers who have a contract with EMHS or SMHS and who provide a copy of the contract to Library staff may be considered.
Visiting medical officers and Nurse West staff have walk-in access to online resources but no external access.
Saturday 26 June 10pm to Sunday 27 June 6am - eBook Central
"To meet the global demands of our customers, Ebook Central is moving from its current server to Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world's most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform. This change will help us continue to provide the best user and customer experience possible.
The move to AWS will take place on June 26 and will require Ebook Central to be offline from 2:00pm – 10:00pm UTC. During that time, your users will not have access to holdings in Ebook Central and your staff will not have access to LibCentral."
EndNote. Version X9.3 is the latest version and libraries of references are not backwards compatible. Working between work and home? You need X9.3 at home too. Download the latest version for home use.
Ovid Medline direct export to Endnote is often missing Journal Title and URL fields.
We are working on a fix but please use this workaround in the meantime.
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