You can find the Library's databases on the Journal Databases page.
Databases are grouped into subject areas. You'll find the Allied Health Journal Databases useful for your subject area, and take a look at the Justice Studies Databases for articles relating to legal issues.
On this page we will look at a few journal databases that may be useful for your upcoming assessment. The searches shown below are examples only, feel free to replace the examples shown with your own topic when working through the activities. to help you find the most relevant resources.
The video on the right demonstrates how to search databases using keywords and various Search Strategies to help you find the most relevant resources.
AGIS Plus Text (Attorney-General's Information Service), provided by Informit, covers all aspects of law and includes some full text. Use this database to locate scholarly articles on Australian law related topics.
In the AGIS Plus Text database, try searching for these keywords:
Next, try narrowing the search by adding another keyword:
Alternatively you could try searching for some other keywords that you identified in your topic analysis, either of these simple searches should lead you to useful background information on your topic.
Open the EBSCOhost CINAHL Plus with Full-Text database. Note: You may need to sign in with your CSU username and password.
Enter these keywords:
CINAHL is an international database, to limit your search results to those relating to Australia or New South Wales, add those terms to your search: paramedic* AND ethical OR legal AND (australia OR "new south wales")
ProQuest Criminal Justice Database covers research on crime, its causes and impacts, legal and social implications, as well as litigation and crime trends.
Use the Full text and Full text-PDF links to access the full text of the article.
If you cannot find the full text click on the button to check if the article is available elsewhere.
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