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LIBRARY WEBSITE: Resource Delivery

Resource Delivery Service

Use our Resource Delivery service to request a book or journal article that the library doesn't have.

Before placing a request:

  • Check the Library Services Catalogue or OneSearch for the resource you need.
  • Try Searching Google Scholar for access to full text articles
  • Check with your academic library if you are studying

You can submit your requests online, track the progress and have articles delivered to you by email.

This service is for requesting items needed for work related purposes.

FAQs

You must be an NT Health employee AND a current library member to use this service.

If you work for the Department of Health, please fill in a Library Membership form.

Visit our Library Membership page to see if  you're eligible.

Yes. Need some one-on-one help finding information you need or can't make a scheduled training workshop? Use the Book a Librarian form to schedule an individual, 30-60 minute session with one of our librarians. Alternatively drop into the library and meet us.

We are not able to request core texts from Universities that are on short term loan. Please contact the library service of your university or academic institution to request books or articles for study purposes.

Our Resource Delivery service will endeavor to help where possible with materials for study/work outcomes.

Click the "Place Request" button at the top of this page. Enter your username (the number on the back of your library card) and password (your surname with a capital letter e.g. Smith or Jones). Fill in the relevant form with the details of the item you wish to request. Click "Submit this request". If you have trouble logging in, please contact your nearest health library.

Request>>

Login to place a new request or check on the status of an existing request.

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Literature Search

Are you having trouble locating what you need?

Take advantage of the expert searching skills of our Clinical Librarians.

Submit a request or contact us on 89228961

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