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Mental Health and Psychiatry Internet Resources
Last update: 7 June, 2013,
These web pages are intended to provide some links to quality mental health sites on the World Wide Web, and to save you time in locating useful material. If you have any problems with the links not working, comments, or suggestions for improvements just send me an email message
The Discipline of Psychiatry also has a web site which provides information on its research interests and teaching activities.
At the top of this page you'll see a series of links to other library features, including the Catalogue, Resource Guides (for other subject areas), and the Library A to Z, which will allow you to find all sorts of information, from hours of opening, to borrowing rules.
To navigate the pages in the mental health section use the Quick Links box on the right.
To find individual documents or links within the mental health pages use the Google Custom Search
Almost all of the material listed here is freely available. Journals and databases restricted to the University's staff and students, and mental health library members, are password protected. Mental Health library members are entitled to a range of additional services and these are descibed in the Schedule of Services .
We produce a free bimonthly electronic newsletter to keep you up to date with new mental health links on our site, and new books in mental health purchased for the library - you don't have to be a library member to join our list.
Available free on our site is A Biography of Psychiatry: The Story of Events and the People
Involved in the Development of Services for the Psychiatrically Ill
in South Australia 1939-1989, a book by W. A. Dibden.
You'll find a considerable amount of government report literature available free on the web, and the publishers of many journals make full text available free after 6 or 12 months.
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