Attention Health students! Have you tried our new database, MIMS Online?
MIMS Online provides independent medicines information to Australian healthcare professionals on prescription and non-prescription drugs. The database provides full and abbreviated product information, drug/drug interaction module and pill identification module.
Your TAFE username and password is required.
Please note: Only a limited number of people can access this resource at the same time. Try again later if you are unsuccessful.
If you need help with this database, phone or visit your library or Ask a Librarian online.
All staff and students are welcome to attend Mindfulness sessions every week in May.
Location: Hunter Street Campus, in GEO5, across from the Library
Tuesdays 12 pm
Thursdays 11 am
Join the Careers, Counselling and Pathways Service in the practice of Mindfulness. Mindfulness is adapted from Buddhist meditation and is described by the Black Dog Institute as the awareness of what is happening in the present on a moment by moment basis, while not making judgements.
Benefits of regular practice include:
- Enhanced ability to cope with stress
- Improved sleep quality
- Improved concentration
- Improved job performance, productivity and satisfaction
- Improved relationships
- Mind-body integration and a greater enjoyment of life!
Each session will be led by one of our experienced Counsellors and you will be guided through a Mindfulness exercise lasting between 15 and 20 minutes.
Please register your interest at Hunter St Library.
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Glendale TAFE Library has taken the opportunity to celebrate Star Wars Day – May the 4th.
So come along and explore the Library for something that will take you to a galaxy far far away …