Smaro Lazarakis | Clinical Librarian
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
ORCID ID 0000-0002-3618-9605
Catherine Voutier | Clinical Librarian
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
ORCID ID 0000-0002-1627-0342
Geoff Hill | Clinical Librarian
ph. 9138 0611
Monday - Friday
The Clinical Librarian Service provides expert assistance to staff and students of Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victorian Mental Health, Royal Women's Hospital, and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. We offer support in finding and using information.
It can be difficult to find the articles you need amongst the huge volume published each year. The clinical librarians can help.
We can carry out a high quality literature search to find the latest publications for staff. Use this form on the library website to request a search. Please provide as much information about your request as you can.
We offer one-on-one training or small group sessions on literature searching or how to use a database.
This link contains help with Advanced Searching in Medline and other databases
We can advise on where to look for information including choice of databases and sources of grey literature.
We assist in developing or doing searches for staff. For reviews being done as part of a qualification (undergraduate, postgraduate or professional) we do not supply finished searches. We do provide training, advice and feedback on searches to support the development of your research skills to meet contemporary expectations. This can be delivered as group or individual support.
The Clinical Librarian Service can assist and advise with systematic reviews. See the Systematic Reviews tab (left of page) for more information:
Stay up to date with current developments in your areas of interest. Get new material delivered straight to your inbox. The clinical librarians can advise or assist on:
For more information visit out Current Awareness page.
We provide individual or small group support for in-services or departmental meetings on topics such as literature searching, finding evidence to support professional development and evidence based practice.