The Psychiatric Services Library provides resources and services for staff employed in WA public mental health services. Registered staff access resources outside of the major mental health sites using their usual network credentials.
Click here to join the Library and register for online access.
Staff may also have access to the library website associated with their current WA Health Service via the WA Health Libraries Network (WAHLiN)
JAMA Psychiatry - May 2022, Vol 79, No. 5
How Libraries and Communities can help Ukraine - here
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 56(4), April, 2022 - now available
BMJ Editor's Choice 'Take Courage, speak up, and act' - Ukraine
New York Academy of Medicine relaxation colouring sheets now available
American Psychiatric Publishing - Podcasts 'Psychiatry Unbound' available Dec 2021
New for Issues in Mental Health Nursing - Taylor & Francis November 2021 Preparing for the Real World: Clinical Facilitators and Nursing Student Clinical Placements
'ETG Therapeutic Guidelines', now called 'Therapeutic Guidelines'.
Please visit the new International Database - INAHTA - formerly part of the suite of Cochrane databases
National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce Supporting Australia’s healthcare professionals with continually updated, evidence-based clinical guidelines.
On Wednesday, 11th March 2020, EndNote X9.3.1 Windows update was deployed for work and home use.
Unlike previous updates, this version of EndNote changes the libraries so they are not able to be used with an earlier version of EndNote.
Ideally the updates at work and at home need to be done round the same time so that your EndNote libraries are usable both at work and at home. Please upgrade your home version of EndNote to X9.3.1 or later, or it will NOT be compatible with your work PC.
EndNote X9.3.2 for your home Mac or X9.3.3 for your PC is available here.
Please contact the Library if you have any questions.