Find resources for Public Health, including eBooks, journals, databases, guidelines, education and training, websites and patient information, multimedia, and research by clicking through the blue tabs above. If you have suggestions for additional guides or require research assistance, contact us at email@example.com.
The Monash Health Research Repository tracks, organises, and promotes the work of Monash Health employees and hospital-based researchers. The repository collects a wide range of research outputs, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference abstracts and posters, theses and dissertations. It is publicly accessible to a global audience.
See our Research Repository user guide for information on setting up a researcher profile, submitting your work, and advanced searching.
The Research Toolkit provides resources and guidance to emerging and established researchers conducting research at Monash Health.
The Toolkit offers online research guidance, from literature searching to survey tools and research data management (RDM). It also covers researcher tools such as altmetrics, social media and researcher profiles; complying with medical ethics, law and copyright; and publishing resources for open access, open data and avoiding predatory journals.
Landmark papers are journal articles that have changed the field of medicine, are highly influential, or have filled a considerable gap in scientific knowledge. Click on the links below for landmark papers, based on topic, available in the Monash Health Library catalogue.
A research consultation is a one-on-one appointment with a Monash Health librarian for guidance on how to search systematically and incorporate advanced search strategies in your research. Prior to your consultation we will review your research question. We will then meet with you (virtually or in person) to provide in-depth guidance on topics such as:
Please note that research consultations must be booked at least one week in advance.
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