Research, Education & Training

April 2020

WSLHD Libraries are here to help!



In response to COVID-19, our WSLHD libraries are still available to help you. We continue to offer all of our high quality services but now we are extending our support to help you to work remotely, via our Virtual Library services. 


Services include:

  • Providing library support when you need it via online chat, email, phone or in person whilst we are still open

  • Conducting expert literature searches 

  • Extending all loans until 1 June 2020

  • Providing access to an extensive collection of subscribed information resources at work and remotely from home  

  • Supplying requested journal articles via email 

  • Library training and consultations delivered on request for individuals or teams using our popular virtual training options


For the latest on current opening hours, access (including remote access), resources and customisable Covid-19 database search strategies see the Covid-19 library support and updates


Contact for more information

Linda Mulheron

02 8890 6260


Submitted by Polina Matveycheva on behalf of WSLHD Libraries


Process Communication Model (PCM) workshops


REN (Research and Education Network) offers Process Model Communication (PCM) workshops conducted by certified facilitator Tanya Jolly - Manager Clinical and Corporate Education.

Workshop dates: 

10-12 August

14-16 September

12-14 October


Venue: REN Building, Medical Education Training Room – Westmead Public Hospital, Street Level. 


Enrolments can be made through MHL by using Course Code COM1452 – PCM


Audience: All health professionals


Cost: Free. Lunch will be provided


Further inquiries regarding these workshops can be made to


Contact for more information

Krupa Modhia


Submitted by Krupa Modhia

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