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Library services for Psychiatry

Databases and e-journals

You have access to e-journals and databases via DEFFnet: rmidt.tdnetdiscover.com

You can access DEFFnet via the PCs on Psychiatry's network. Outside of Psychiatry's network you can get access via the Citrix portal.

Guide to DEFFnet (in Danish).

NOTE! Psychiatry employees who are also employees or students at Aarhus University can continue to use the University's e-resources via library.au.dk

Tailored courses

If you have a need for a course or a workshop at your department, we are happy to come out to your location. The content will be defined by your needs and could for example be:

  • Advanced use of PubMed
  • Introduction to PURE
  • Help with RefWorks/Endnote
  • Literature search for systematic reviews
  • Structured literature searches

Courses usually last 1-2 hours.

Call or write to make an appointment or get more information.

Do you want to borrow a book?

Start at library.au.dk

Make a search for the book

Click on 'Request' and log in with your library login

Have the book brought out to you at AUH Skejby by selecting ”Udbringes via eget AU-bibliotek”, please contact us if you do not have this option.

You can return a book at AUH Skejby by putting it in a circulation envelope and writing: Royal Danish Library / Aarhus University.

Help and guides

At AUH Skejby, you can book an appointment with a librarian on Tuesday and Thursday, between 12:30-15:30.
Find us at Entrance F7, F207, Room 164. Write to us and make an appointment.

At AU Library, Health Sciences (Vennelyst Boulevard 4), you can get help from a librarian, Monday to Thursday, between 9:00-17:00, and Friday, between 9:00-15:00. You may prefer to arrange an appointment: sundhedsvidenskab.aul@kb.dk, but you can also just drop by the library when it suits you.

RefWorks

As an employee at Central Denmark Region, you can create a RefWorks account.

Guides (in Danish) and information about RefWorks.
See also: intranet.rm.dk/it/refworks

If you are a student or employee at AU, then you have access to the reference tool EndNote.

If you choose to use EndNote, you should be aware of the following:

• Endnote is not supported by Central Denmark Region and cannot run in Citrix

• You must be on AU's network when you download the program

• You may use Endnote for private use, so long as you are an employee or student at Aarhus University

You can also choose to use a free reference tool such as for example Zotero or Mendeley. However, AU Library you cannot provide support for these.

Contact

Library services for Psychiatry
Victor Albeck Bygningen
Vennelyst Boulevard 4
8000 Aarhus C