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Mike Daube Tobacco Control and Public Health collection launch

Marking a four decade public health career, the Mike Daube Tobacco Control and Public Health collection is now available via Curtin University Library. Professor Mike Daube AO has been a leader in tobacco control and public health advocacy in the United Kingdom, Australia and internationally. His collected papers, unpublished works, ephemera and more tell the […]

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Temporary resource access

Due to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak, many of the Library’s publishers and vendors have taken steps to support students and academics by providing freely accessible content for a limited period of time. The Library would like to share this information with the Curtin community to help you find and use material for […]

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Emerald database search issues

We are currently experiencing intermittent access issues when searching the Emerald database. This has been reported to the vendor who is working to resolve the issue. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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Trick or Treat?

Curtin Library’s databases hold many treats and we would like to share one with you today for Halloween. Justis provides access to common law cases dating back to 1163. Amongst these treasures you can find trials reflecting the widespread belief of the supernatural including sorcerers and witches. In 1616, Bishop Alexander Roberts, wrote about a […]

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