Library staff are committed to continuing to provide as many services as possible, with minimal disruptions to users during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can keep up-to-date with any changes to CAHS medical library services by regularly visiting our Service Status page.
CAHS medical library services provides quality, evidence-based resources to support research and learning for all staff employed in WA public Child and Adolescent Health Service - clinical, community and mental health. Please register to avail full library service, including physical resources loan service. Email contact is preferred for general queries or assistance. Please call us for urgent queries.
Some websites and library resources do not work well when using Internet Explorer within WA Health.
Contact the HIN Service Desk (13 44 77) or log a job to have Chrome browser installed on your work computer, if unavailable.
My Articles is available via CAHS library collection. With My Articles, you will be able to organise all articles subscribed by CAHS Medical library found in BrowZine into collections, then sync these collections across devices.
Find an article in BrowZine while riding the bus or on a train and want to read it later? Save it to My Articles! Then, once at your office or home, go to My Articles in BrowZine.com and continue your research.
The current Saved Articles feature on mobile devices will be automatically migrated to My Articles. Similarly, My Articles will appear as a live feature in BrowZine.com. To learn more, visit our new
Access Browzine via CAHS library.
Dynamed Open Access Resources
Library self-checkout kiosk is temporarily out of service until further notice. Please loan or return books only during library operational hours - 8:30am - 4:00pm when library staff are available.
Australian Standards is temporarily unavailable. This issue is being monitored and investigated at the moment.
Apologies for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Dynamed Mobile App and searching by specialty
For over 20 years, the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) has been a leader in evidence-based healthcare and is committed to improving global health. To that end, JBI has reviewed its content and tools through the lens of its mission:
To promote and support the synthesis, transfer and utilization of evidence through identifying feasible, appropriate, meaningful and effective healthcare practices to assist in the improvement of healthcare outcomes.
As a result, JBI recommitted to focusing on current content that will improve practice and patient outcomes and providing tools that meet its requirements for currency and supporting evidence-based practice.
With this renewed commitment come changes to the JBI portfolio on Ovid.
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