Will Informit improve your access to midwifery content?
ACM have been offered an opportunity to review two of the RMIT Informit online libraries for suitability for ACM member access.
We recognise that midwives want to access content that supports their practice and professional learning from a variety of sources and they have a wide range of interest. Access to the Informit libraries has the potential to increase the variety of content available to midwives.
We would like your input as to whether you would like to see ACM Members having ongoing access to this repository.
Access Midwifery, Health and Indigenous content
We have been given unlimited access to the following libraries
(Click on the image to download a PDF version for more details)
Access has been granted until 9 am (AEST)16th October 2020.
How to access
- Head to the web page:https://search.informit.org/
- Enter the ACM access details:
- Password: access
- Once you are into the system explore the content as much as you like until 16th October.
- Complete a quick survey to let us know what you think. We will send out the survey again nearer to 16th October in our members newsletter and on social media.
Access the Survey here
Remember the access ends 9am (AEST) 16th October 2020.
You may find some of the tutorials on YouTube assist with searching the repository: https://www.youtube.com/user/RMITPublishing
Please scroll to the end of the You Tube page on the line and see under “Created Playlists” for the database tutorials.
You may also find the website helpful:https://www.informit.org/who-is-informit
The Australian College of Midwives (ACM) is the peak professional body for midwives in Australia who are registered with, and regulated by, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). ACM’s position is that women have access to midwifery care during pregnancy, birth and postnatally. We exist to ensure midwives are strong and confident practitioners who can work to their full scope of practice.