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National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN): NCTSN Services

Contacts

Document Delivery & ILL Manager
Louis Wiethe
Phone: 919.660.1138
Fax: 919.660.1188
mcldd@mc.duke.edu

NCTSN Librarian
Cathryn Chiesa
Phone: 919.613.9857
cathryn.chiesa@duke.edu

Welcome NCTSN Members!

Staff from currently funded NCTSN centers, affiliate centers, and affiliate individuals are eligible for partial access to the Library services of Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives.

Eligibility?

Please contact the Medical Center Library & Archives at 919.660.1138 or email mcldd@mc.duke.edu to verify your eligibility. If you need additional assistance, contact cathryn.chiesa@duke.edu.

Services Available?

NCTSN members have access to the following services:

  • Requesting journal articles/book chapters from the Library collection
  • Access to the Library Newsletter and blog

Access to electronic resources is restricted to use within the Medical Center Library & Archives.  Copies of journals articles may be requested through our Document Delivery service for a fee which is paid by NCTSN. You will need an account to use this service. Complete an online registration form and create a username and password which will allow you to place and track your requests. It is only necessary to register once.

Reference Services

Online reference services and literature searching are available by contacting cathryn.chiesa@duke.edu

Please refer to the other tabs for additional services available to you.

Searching the Collections

Duke University Libraries Online Catalog

NCTSN and NCTSN Learning Center

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) is coordinated by the UCLA-Duke University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS) and administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The NCCTS manages an evolving, collaborative network of diverse academic and community-based centers, changing the course of children’s lives by changing the course of their care.  For more information about child traumatic stress, visit http://www.nctsn.org.

In addition to Duke Medical Center Library & Archives services, the NCTSN Learning Center for Child and Adolescent is an online resource for professionals and families who want to learn more about child traumatic stress. For more information about the Learning Center visit https://learn.nctsn.org/.