Location: Ground Floor Ko Awatea Building, Middlemore Hospital (adjacent to the new tiered lecture theatre)
Open Monday - Friday 9:00AM- 5:00 PM
*CM Health staff can access the computer suite in the library 24/7 using their staff swipe cards
NEW PAGE ON THE LIBRARY DISCOVERY PORTAL -
ACCESS TO THE PHYSICAL LIBRARY IN THE KO AWATEA CENTRE HAS BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
THE LIBRARY WILL NOT BE ISSUING PRINT BOOKS FROM ITS COLLECTION NOR WILL IT BE INTERLOANING PRINT BOOKS FROM OTHER LIBRARIES. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE ARTICLES. THE LITERATURE REQUEST SERVICE WILL PRIORITISE THOSE REQUESTS THAT RELATE DIRECTLY TO OUR RESPONSE TO COVID19 OR RELATE DIRECTLY TO PATIENT CARE. FACE TO FACE TUTORIALS WILL BE REPLACED BY VIRTUAL TUTORIALS VIA ZOOM
IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE USE EITHER FIREFOX OR GOOGLE CHROME BROWSERS TO ACCESS THE DISCOVERY PORTAL AND LIBRARY RESOURCES. INTERNET EXPLORER AT CM HEALTH IS OUT OF DATE AND DOES NOT WORK ON MANY WEBSITES.
If you are accessing the library resources off site, when prompted for a user name and password to access any of our online resources, please enter your staff employee number and first name. New staff members can request a temporary password from the library if your employee number is not being recognised.
Health Professionals working in the Counties Manukau region are also able to register for online access to a selection of databases and resources and are invited to register using the online form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words 'elibrary registration' in the subject line. Your access includes the Proquest Database, Journal and eBook Collections, Nursing Reference Centre Plus, and Clinicalkey and Clinicalkey for Nursing. ClinicalKey includes access to 600 journals, 1,500 ebooks and an excellent point of care tool: First Consult.
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|Latest National and International Reports
SELECTED HIGH USE RESOURCES
Databases and Point of Care Tools
BMJ: British Medical Journal
BMJ Quality & Safety
Hematology 2018 (*trial)
Harvard Business Review
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association
MJA: Medical Journal of Australia
Nursing Times (*see Koha record for username and password)
The New England Journal of Medicine
New Zealand Medical Journal (* only accessible via Internet Explorer browser currently11/2/2020)
Patient Experience Journal
Patient Experience Library Newsletter
Manual of simulation in healthcare
Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases 2018-2021
Success to clinical audit : manual for conducting clinical audit projects
The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures
Evidence based practice
AHRQ Evidence Reviews
Beryl Institute Patient Experience resources
The Cochrane Review
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects
Evidence Check Library (Sax Institute)
Evidence search (NICE)
Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) collection
Health Evidence [public health]
Health Systems Evidence
JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports
NIHR Themed Reviews
Patient Experience Library / Search
PDQ-Evidence for Informed Health Policy Making
Peel Research Review collection
RSET: Rapid evaluations of new ways of providing care
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