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About the Library

The Library's role is to provide quality, evidence-based resources to support the clinical, research, policy and administrative work of staff.

The Library provides services to WA Country Health Service (WACHS) staff across Western Australia.  

WACHS staff working in mental health are also eligible to use the Psychiatric Services Library.


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Core Medication Resources

ALERT: Renal Drug Database - Work around

If you get a "denied access" message when opening RDD, click on the "log in" button & you will be taken to the monographs.  Will advise when problem is resolved.  05/03/21




 Drug Monitoring Checker TRIAL

Part of the Medicines Complete - Martindale suite of resources.  The link will open up in Martindale.  Use the green pill icon in the top right hand corner of the screen to open the DMC module. 

It provides evidence-based drug monitoring information to ensure patient safety and optimised treatment in primary and secondary care





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