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Library services for Mental Health staff

Mental health collection is located on the Ground floor of the Administration and Learning Services Building, Glenside Health Services, 226 Fullarton Road. 
mentalhealthlibrary@health.sa.gov.au 
phone: 7087 1201, 7087 1202 or 7087 1206 

We'd like to improve our services, please give us your feedback.

Journal content using Browzine

Use Browzine to find SALUS e-journals by Title, ISSN or subject keywords. Browzine is a current contents awareness product that allows you to keep track of your favourite journal titles and link through to full text from your mobile devices or PC.

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Note: searches Medline, Embase, and PsycINFO

In the news

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Mental health focus

Medline 1946 to present inc.in-process & other non-indexed citations
​PsycINFO (includes PsycARTICLES) 
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection 
PubMed

NICE is to start assessing new digital therapies that will help treat more people with anxiety and depression. June 2017.

AIHW Mental health services in Australia - including the use of restraint in acute hospital mental health services May 2017

 

 

DSM V  Please access these resources using your SALUS login. Use the DSM Legacy link on the DSM Library site to see previous editions.

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Mobile Apps

Free UpToDate Mobile App for your iOS, Android™ or Windows 8 device

UpToDate Anywhere is available for SA Health Staff. Click on UpToDate and follow the login/registration link. Registration must be done from an SA Health computer, after which you can access UpToDate anywhere and on any mobile device. Please see the QuickStart tab for instructions.

MIMS Apps now available via this link. Please delete any previous installations of MIMS on your mobile devices and register anew on this link via SALUS. MIMS mobile apps can be installed on up to 2 mobile devices courtesy of the SAHealth subscription.

NEW: MIMS updated app has been released on 27/9/2016. This can be installed over the top of the old app and fixes the bugs in the display of images.

BrowZine: a current awareness app for your mobile device.
Download it for free and build your own bookshelves using SALUS subscribed e-journals.

For more information about how to use BrowZine, have a look at this guide or contact your site librarian.

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