The RACGP John Murtagh Library currently subscribes to a number of RMIT Publishing’s online databases namely the Informit Health Collection and the AUSThealth databases.
The Informit Health Collection includes full text articles from over 50 Australasian journal titles, reports and case studies of relevance to anyone studying or working in therapeutic, diagnostic and preventative health roles.
The AUSThealth databases include:
- AMI - Australasian Medical Index
- APAIS-Health - Australian Public Affairs Information Service – Health
- ATSIhealth - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Bibliography
- CINCH-Health - Health Issues in Criminal Justice
- DRUG - Drug Database
- H&S - Health & Society Database
- HIVA - HIV/AIDS Database Information
- RURAL - Rural and Remote Health Database
Users of these databases are requested to acquaint themselves with the uses and restrictions of our subscription license by selecting the link at the bottom of the page.
To request any articles from the Health Collection or AUSThealth search results, please select this link to use our article request form.
Informit databases: Restrictions and permissions of use
Authorised users of the online services of the RACGP John Murtagh Library are requested to respect the intellectual property rights in the copyrighted articles and works in the Informit databases.
Authorised users are prohibited from reproducing, storing or communicating any articles or works accessible via the database, but may use the articles and works within 'permitted uses' granted by the subscriber licence. The licence permits authorised users for the purposes of their individual and private research or study to:
- search, retrieve and view any article in the database
- make one digital reproduction of an article in the database
- print one paper reproduction of an article in the database.
Authorised users are requested not to divulge their usernames and passwords to any third party to ensure that access is restricted to authorised users only.
Please do not contravene these restrictions and permissions of use as the Library's future access to this database, and others, may be jeopardised.