This library guide is aimed at staff and students of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne interested in Inclusive Health, diversity, equity, disparity, advocacy, social justice and related topics.
Please note that some resources may require a SVH login and are therefore not accessible to the general public.
Research & Inclusive Health Subject Specialist Librarian, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
Through the provision of care, advocacy and research, St Vincent's Hospital Australia seeks to change the structures and systems that lead to some people experiencing poorer health outcomes than others as a consequence of poverty, marginalisation or vulnerability.
St Vincent's focus is on addressing the health care needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people experiencing chronic homelessness and people living in the community seeking asylum.
St Vincent's efforts in regard to each of these communities are directed through:
COVID-19: St Vincent Hospital's Inclusive Health Program continues to monitor the situation for vulnerable groups and is working to support our health services at the front lines.
St Vincent's Hospital Library staff (Melbourne) can set up a current awareness Alert in order for staff to automatically receive the latest articles on a particular topic. Please contact the Library for more information.
Phone: 9231 2540
Carl de Gruchy Library
Ground floor, Clinical Sciences Building
29 Regent Street, Fitzroy, Vic, 3065
Hours: 8.45 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday