Frequently Asked Questions
First, check our Library Membership page to see if you’re eligible for membership of the Health Library, and then submit the relevant online registration form that can be found on the same page.
Of course! The Health Library offers a full range of services to NT Health staff who work in remote areas, including borrowing, training, access to electronic resources and research assistance. To find out more, contact your nearest Health Library.
NT Health staff can access our resources by logging in with your LAN login. eLibrary4HP members will be issued with a unique username and password when you register as a member of the Health Library. If you did not receive your password or you've lost it, please contact us. Note: in most cases your login for electronic resources will differ from your library print book borrowing details.
Of course! The 5 health libraries in the NT are all part of the same network, so if you’re a library member you can access services and resources from any of them. To request a book from any of our libraries you can either contact us or you can request the book online using your library account. Find the book on the library catalogue and click on ‘Place Hold’. Enter your library card number and your password and click ‘Log In’. Choose a pick up location and click ‘Place Hold’. The library will then contact you when a copy of this book is available for you to borrow.
All NT Health staff who are members of the library can use our Resource Delivery service (also known as Interlibrary Loans) to obtain journal articles or books that the library doesn’t have. This service is for obtaining resources for work related purposes only.
You can access your library account via the library catalogue. The log in function is located at the top right hand side of the page and you sign in using your library card number, your unique password, and click Log In. From here you can see what items you have checked out, what requests / holds you have waiting, change your password or even see your reading history. For any problems logging in to your library account, contact us.
About this guide
This guide is designed to support health professionals across the Northern Territory to navigate health resources available through NT Health and the Library.
Access to library resources varies depending on your employer.
NT Health employees enjoy access to all of our resources.
Health professionals working in the NT but not employed by NT Health may be eligible to join the library to borrow print books only, or access digital content through our eLibrary4HP. We have a number of agreements with local Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) and non-government organisations (NGOs), so check out your membership options here.
The Remote Primary Health Care Manuals support and promote good clinical practice in primary health care in remote health across central, northern, and remote Australia. These great resources are available to all, in hardcopy and online.
Resources for Practice
The following resources have been published by NT Health, for use by health professionals working in the Northern Territory.
Need to find evidence and research publications? Have a look at our Searching for Literature page to learn how to develop a search strategy.
Don't have access to subscription content? The following online databases hold credible research information and are freely available to all:
NT Health employees can search for more print and electronic books in our online catalogue. Eligible non-government health professionals who are library members will be able to borrow print books from our catalogue, while eLibrary4HP members can also access these eBooks.
New books - click on the titles above to reserve your copy.
Explore more language resources in our collection.
More resources for community languages:
Additional Online Resources
Mobile Apps and Podcasts
Download clinical apps, point-of-care tools, medications databases and research databases on your mobile and take the information offline with you wherever you are working.
The below apps and podcasts are publicly available:
CRANAplus: The peak professional body for the remote and isolated health workforce in Australia.
AMA Fatigue Risk Assessment Tool: Safe Hours. Track your work, on-call, recreational and sleeping hours over a week and determine your risk of serious fatigue.