We conduct comprehensive literature searches to support patient care, research projects, program or service development and more. Place a request online via the Literature Search request form and we will conduct a search on your behalf and send the best articles directly to your inbox.
If you need one-to-one assistance with constructing a search strategy, writing a literature review or critically appraising the literature, you can book an individualised session with one of our experienced librarians. Place a request online via the Book a Librarian form and choose a time and date that suits you.
The Research Toolkit documents the NT Health research lifecycle and provides links to a selection of resources that will assist you whilst working on research projects. You can start writing your paper when you begin gathering literature sources and adjust your searching and writing as you continue to work through the research process.
We can help you with selecting a topic, searching and analysing the literature, refining your search and writing the review. Place a request via the Book a Librarian form or see our help guide on Literature Review Writing.
Journal Club Support
The Clinical Librarians are currently supporting a number of NT Health Journal Clubs and can:
You may also like to view the Starting a Journal Club Help Guide for current ideas and tips to get the best outcomes when running a journal club.
Contact a librarian for more information on any of these services or to book an appointment.