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Search health databases

Learn how to use the major health databases to find the best available evidence for your research
Database courses in MyUni

The Library provides a range of self-guided courses designed to develop and enhance your database searching skills.  They provide guidance and directions, using visual and interactive content, for searching databases relevant to each of the Health disciplines.  There is a separate course for Allied Health, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Psychology and Public Health.

You can enrol in the courses on the Library's Training page, under Advanced database searching for health:

Which databases should I use?

Choose one of the recommended databases for your subject area by clicking on the 'databases' link below.

Each database indexes unique content, so to do a comprehensive search of the evidence, it is recommended that you use more than one database.