Answered By: Juliet Marconi Last Updated: Aug 18, 2017 Views: 6
CKN is Queensland Health's Clinical Knowledge Network.
CKN is the one stop stop for clinical resources such as; research databases, ejournals and ebooks, medication resources, point of care databases and more.
CKN access is available to all Queensland Health employees.
At work, go to QHEPS intranet and you'll find CKN as the last tab on the main menu.
To use CKN off-site or remotely, you need to register for access. Why? Because many CKN products are licensed and subject to terms and conditions of use.
LKC offers CKN overview and database searching training sessions. CHHHS and TCHHS staff should contact us to make a time.
If you need help, contact LKC for further information about how to use site and products. Or contact CKN 24x7 for assistance. If you have problems with your CKN registration, contact CKN in the first instance.
Staff from other HHS should contact their local QH library or CKN direct.