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Journal Alerts for Women and Newborn Health: Hot Articles

This guide provides links to the most recent journal literature on topics relevant to Women and Newborn Health.

Navigating Journal Alerts

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Welcome to KEMH Medical Library's Journal Alerts guide. Each box contains links to the most recent journal literature on that subject from various databases provided by the KEMH Medical Library.

These alerts are updated frequently (monthly, weekly or even daily), so make this guide one of your favourite links!

Use the coloured tabs across the top to navigateto relevant subject and journal table of contents alerts.

Click on Feed to see the complete list of articles or to subscribe to individual feeds. Let us know if you would like to see alerts on other topics or journals!

Hot Articles!

Hot articles- the top 10 articles in that subject area selected by millions of researchers worldwide. Use the drop-down arrow to change the subject area. Updated monthly

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Access Problems?

If you are unable to access the full text via the Feed link you may need to insert the following string at the beginning of the URL:

Sometimes you may need to click    

If you are still unable to find the PDF & are WNHS staff you can Make a Request for the article.

Please contact the Library if you have any problems:


Ph: (08) 6458 1499

Note: If you receive an error message when clicking on an article link try accessing the PDF from the Feed link.

Contact Us

Karen Rickman, A/Head of Department.

Contact Karen about journal alerts for Midwifery & Nursing, Allied Health and Women's Psychological HealthPhone: 6458 1498



Glenn Pass, Librarian.

Contact Glenn about journal alerts for Neonatology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Phone: 6458 1497



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