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KEMH Medical Library: Request Training

Request Training in Library Resources

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Request Training              

Use the  Request Training form above to book a session on any of the Library's resources.  We offer one-on-one training as well as group training in your department.  Below are some examples of the sessions which may be booked.  We are also happy to tailor a session to your requirements - you can indicate this on the form or contact the Library to discuss your requirements: 6458 1499 

After attending a session please complete our online Training Evaluation

Session title






20 mins


  • Library tour
  • Borrower registration
  • Introduction to Library services
  • The Library website



Basic database searching


45 mins


  • Selecting a relevant database
  • Producing an effective search strategy
  • Finding full text
  • Printing/ saving/ exporting to Endnote.



Searching for evidence


60 mins


  • Developing a clinical question
  • Using clinical decision-making tools such as DynaMed.
  • Searching Cochrane, Medline, PubMed and Emcare databases for systematic reviews and RCTs
  • Printing/ saving/ exporting to Endnote.



Keeping up to date



30 mins


  • Introduction to journal table of contents and subject alerting services
  • Registration with JournalTOCs
  • Demonstration of the Library’s Journal   Alerts guide.





60 mins


  • Creating an Endnote library
  • Downloading references from databases
  • Storing articles with their references
  • Inserting references into a Word document and formatting a bibliography.

Access from Home or Other Sites

WNHS staff with KEMH on-site computer log-in can access the Library's online resources off-site using the same log-in.

WNHS staff located at another site, and staff from other WA Health sites temporarily working at KEMH will need to apply for EzProxy access  - please see How to Request EzProxy Access

Or contact the Library: 6458 1499