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A general resource guide to information sources for mental health and substance use. Includes resources for anxiety & depression

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Example Videos from Collection (View onsite at NH OR see the offsite passwords list on OurNH - login required>>)

"Eating Disorder Assessment A-4." , directed by Anonymous , produced by Symptom Media. , Symptom Media, 2017. Alexander Street,

Suicide and self harm assessment V1. . ().[Video/DVD] Symptom Media. Retrieved from 
This is an automatic update to new content in JAMA Psychiatry - Full text access within NH Networks. 
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Find more books and eBooks using the catalogue search below: 

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Use the search box below to get started in either PsychInfo or PsychArticles:

Search PsychInfo and PsychArticles
Limit Your Results

Searching in PsycINFO or PsycARTICLES: 

Use keywords in the title and abstract fields of this database to get started with your search. Think specifically about the client or patient, their condition or situation and any outcomes of interest you want to know about.  

  • Brainstorm your keywords in groups and combine them using the OR operator. 
  • Combine each group of similar terms using the AND operator

Using OR to find your terms in EITHER the Title or Abstract field of an article: 

Boolean operator OR

Using AND to combine different concepts that affect one another in your question:

Use the drop down menu below to search for additional databases:

  1. Open Clinical Skills
  2. Click on Skills
  3. Click on Mental Health Nursing - then browse topics.
  4. Note: Clinical Skills topics are used in conjunction with local Northern Health Policies and Practice Standards. Related skills will populate automatically when searching in the Policy Database on OurNH


British Columbia

  • BC Guidelines Link includes practice standards for "Addictions and Substance Use" and  "Mental Health".


Working Offsite?

The library's resources are best accessed when you are working onsite at Northern Health locations. You can also use your VPN connection for easier access.