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Finding books, DVD's & magazines on our shelves

Nursing resources are available at Elgar Library, Lilydale Lakeside Campus Library

& Melbourne City (CAE) Campus Library 


You can browse the shelves in the following areas

612   Anatomy & Physiology   616.994   Cancer 616. Chronic diseases
616.462 Diabetes 613.0994 Health 362 Indigenous Health
610 - 617 Medical-surgical nursing 610.14 Medical terminology 610.73 Nursing
174.2 Nursing ethics 344 Nursing & the law 613 Nutrition
615.1 Pharmacology 306.46 Sociology of health


Or search the Discovery catalogue

All items are searchable by author, title, or subject.

Location - the library where the item is located

on shelf - item is located on the open shelving in the library

bookroom - item is located in the Bookroom at the rear of the Elgar  Campus library - accessible during staffed library hours

electronic resource - you can download to your own device (pc, laptop, ipad etc)

We move books between libraries for you....

If an item you are interested in is located at a library different to the one you usually use, place a hold on the item and choose your preferred library as your pick up location. You will receive an email when the item is at available.


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The Conversation

Analysis, commentary and research news directly from The Conversation.

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ABC RN's The Health Report

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Referencing your work

Most assignments require you to list the resources you have used for researching a topic and every item used, regardless of format, must be acknowledged. 

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