This guide displays apps related to anaesthesia, pain medicine and other areas that might be useful to medical professionals.
27-11-2017: Oxford University Press have recently updated their journals apps (including Pain Medicine) to use a new authentication methodology.
Unfortunately, there is currently no ability for off-site users to authenticate as institutional subscribers, and it is currently not possible to access full-text content via these apps as a result.
ANZCA Fellows and trainees wanting to access Oxford Journals full-text content can do using one of the following methods:
The new Pain Medicine Journals app from Oxford University Press is now here. The app enables you to read Pain Medicine, both online and offline on your iOS device.
See our dedicated Pain Medicine app guide for further information including full access details.
The latest version of the ClinicalKey app is here and now provides access to the Australian version of ClinicalKey, allowing ANZCA Fellows and trainees to access full-text content for the very first time.
See our dedicated ClinicalKey app guide for further information including full access details.
Podcast: Pediatric anesthesia podcast of the month
Episode: "Caudal Epidural Block"
See our dedicated Read by QxMD guide for further information including full access details.
OvidToday is now available for download on iPad and Android devices.
Access the full-text of the latest issues of such journals such as Anesthesia & Analgesia, Anesthesiology, PAIN, and Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine.
See our dedicated OvidToday guide for further information including full access details.
AusDI is an Australian drug information database. It has been optimised for iPhone, iPad and Android devices via a web browser. Access all the comprehensive medicines information and features including the Interactions and Safety and Product Identifier modules anywhere, anytime, using your personal account username and password.
See our dedicated AusDI guide for further information including .