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Read Pain Medicine, both online and offline on your iOS device.

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Oxford Journals Apps Access Issue

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 enables you to read Pain Medicine both online and offline on your iOS device.

You can:

  • download issues when you’re online, so that you can read them whether you’re connected to the Internet or not
  • view the tables of contents for issues when you’re online, whether you have downloaded them yet or not 
  • easily read issues from cover to cover by swiping through articles
  • download and read advance articles (published ahead of print)
  • download and read the PDF version of an article
  • use the in-app search feature
  • bookmark your favourite articles
  • add your own notes to articles
  • share articles by email or on social media

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