Staff Announcement (January 2018): Content from 2010 (the oldest in our pamphlet collection) will be removed from online access and the print shop after February 23, 2018. Staff can review the list of titles (updated 2018.01.16) that will be archived unless they are updated; they are ordered by classification (general subject area) and then title within the classification. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for support and with any questions.
Check the classifications on the left side bar for active titles and order numbers in your area. Each pamphlet is listed by title (link opens PDF for viewing online), with the print code under the title, followed by the pamphlet owner and the date of creation or last revision.
Complete and submit the print shop requisition form to order pamphlets (download form). If you wish to get a quote before submitting your print order, please contact email@example.com. The Print Shop can ship print copies anywhere in Nova Scotia; depending on your location there may be a shipping fee.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any other pamphlet-related questions.
All of our active pamphlet titles are listed in this print code index, ordered first by category/service area, then by the unique 4 digit pamphlet code. If you want more details than just the title, print code, owner and date of last revision, please try searching the Library catalogue, in the search box below.
If you want to link to the official pamphlet PDF on your department or service web page, you're welcome to - but please use our PDF link instead of downloading a copy of the PDF and uploading it again to your site; this ensures that your links will always lead to the current version of the pamphlet.
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Checklist: Page 41 is the approval form needed at the end of the process, including approval of the division head or clinical leader, or someone else in a clinical role appropriate to approve the end product. You may want to involve someone like this at the development stage.